Really? Honestly thats a little weird in my mind and it has to falls flat on its face during a shift. If you're really having it pull 80% (stock is 40% at the high end) of the delivered torque, then there is NO way it doesn't fall flat.Torque Management is your friend. I'm running Double TQ Management.
I do loose a few tenth in the quarter because of it, but I haven't been to the track in over a year and a half, so I'm not worried about 1/4 mile times. I'd rather have my trans stay together then to worry about it exploding. If you were to listen to me go down the track you would think I had a stick shift, that's how short the timing pulls are. It pulls timing to 0* between shift, so I loose a little from 1 to 2 and then 2 to 3.Really? Honestly thats a little weird in my mind and it has to falls flat on its face during a shift. If you're really having it pull 80% (stock is 40% at the high end) of the delivered torque, then there is NO way it doesn't fall flat.
It is impressive your stock trans has held up this long, 15k is pretty good with the combo you have, but regardless it is still a ticking time bomb.
I'm putting down 521HP / 546TQ at the wheels (around 700 at the crank). Stock Motor, Stock Converter and Stock Trans, no issues here.
I'll be sure to share all the info as soon as all the detail's are worked out and fab work is underway. It's all still in the work's, I planned on selling the ss last week for a z06 then this came up, can't seem to turn it down now. The end product should result in a kit any one can get and install. with a number of different options as far as set up goes. It's a speed shop I've been dealing with for about 8 year's now and the work they do is amazing.More info on the front mount!