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I'm used to the old Muncie transmission on GM muscle cars back in the day. You could set the clutch pedal up and and barely give it a tap to speed shift.

On my Challenger I have to push the pedal all the way up against the floor board to shift gears, so it sure isn't fast. Is there anything, adjustments, etc., that can be done to be able to shift faster? I guarantee you I won't be trying any power shifting, as it's just to slow. Thanks
 

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its a hydraulic clutch setup - no adjustment for engagement point
 

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Hydraulic clutch, drive by wire throttle and the clutch delay valve all make driving different than back in the day for sure. Look up the clutch delay valve mod and do that will for sure make it easier to shift. I used to be able to keep right foot flat on the floor, just tap the clutch, power shifting my 1969 Dodge Charger 383 Magnum 4 speed 3.23 posi. Pretty much can't' do that with these beast's.
 
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