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You are mixing up pretty much everything here. The main misconception is about the role of the gearshift: Gearing is about force (more precise: torque), not power. If you put 200W of power into any gear, you get 200W of power out of the gear (ignoring the losses which are small in relation). It is the torque on the wheel that changes. Say, for instance, ...


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