I own a 2003 Mitsubishi Evolution, and I was looking at the transmission's gear ratio here: http://www.jackstransmissions.com/pages/evo-8-9-transmission-gear-ratios
I can't tell if I'm misinterpreting the mathematics of the gear ratios, but I noticed that the ratio differences get smaller the higher up the gear. Does that equate to smaller differences between gear teeth as the gearing is higher?
Is that the convention for gearing selections? I would think that the ratio differences would increase (not saying that the gear ratios themselves increase, but the differences in ratios between consecutive gears increase).