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Old 07-20-2018, 02:48 PM   #15
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I've always been interested to try one - the concept makes a lot of sense. I've never been fond of the rev and dump technique for manuals. I get how it works, it's just SO darn hard on everything. These heavy cars with their barely adequate diff and axles sure don't like it.

It's not a lot of money for the universal kit - might be something I try out some time. The Magnus is only another hundred bucks though - I do like the idea of not having it on the shifts. I can see where a "slipper" on the shifts can be good, I'm just not sure how much abuse I wanna give the clutch.

A two step is definitely a some-day thing for me. Not sure how far I'll take the drag thing. Probably till I get a 10.xx slip.
Well I said I would be happy with a 10 second car Then reality set in and im a cam away from the 9s So do I try....... It drives so nice the way it is right now. I just picked up a mid runner fast and NW 102 TB to try and gain another 50 from 6500-7100
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