2021 Widebody Scat Pack 6.4L
Has anyone tried clutchless shifting at the track yet? Not sure if I want to try it or not. Could end up with an expensive repair.
100% answer. These threads in pursuit of a humanly imperceptible "gain" at the costs involved routinely crack me up. Often involving a large % of the value of the car in various mods, or doing things that risk the actual safe performance of the vehicle.I ask why. So you can get a .2 quicker ET?
"clutch delay valve delete"I wouldn't do it. I'm an over the road truck driver (manual) and race motorcycles and the car is actually my only vehicle I do clutch shift on. I take my car to a road course and running a barton shifter, amsoil atf (previously royal purple synchromax) and clutch delay valve delete clutch shifting is pretty spot on.
On a vehicle with synchros I'd recommend staying away from floating the gears. It's extremely hard on them.
I would recommend it. It makes your clutch release and engagement more linear and speeds it up. With the clutch releasing faster both taking it out of the previous gear and getting it into the next gear are a good amount smoother. From what others have said (and the only rational explanation in my mind) is dodge put it there to design a little bit of clutch slippage to take some shock off the drivetrain so they aren't paying out on warranty due to people abusing their cars. People redlining then dumping the clutch and such. Since a clutch is a wear part, any additional clutch wear is a source of profit for them not a liability."clutch delay valve delete"
Is this a mod you would recommend?
Considering it but not sure if it's worth it.