I'd disagree, with regular auto cars you can set your antilag/launch rpm to be whatever the stall speed is (or less, within reason) and the ECU will hold the rpm there no problem. That way it won't push through the brakes and you don't have to 'time' your launch just right, just sit there and floor it.I noticed it said launch control can't be done on auto cars, is there a reason for that? (Excuse my ignorance if its an obvious answer)
This is really the second thread as I started mine 13 minutes earlier, but who's counting?Yes, that's what he means. There is now a second thread on this, and it features your images. Probably best if the Mods combine them.
Hi, i went with the manual 3.2 rear diff ratio, Paul is looking at the 2.9 option as well.I had a DCT equipped car a few years back and loved it. Always thought it'd be a great box in a Supra. Have you gone with the manual 3.2 ratio rear diff? I started a thread on here to see if anyone knew whether the 2.9 ration crown & pinion wheels from another Toyota diff would fit a Supra small case diff.
That you for coming by to share that and post the link! I admit, despite being a die hard three-pedal 6MT fanatic, after driving a DCT equipped E92 M3 last year, I can certainly see the appeal of one in a Supra.Paul/Whifbitz have done this conversion to my car, all i can say is absolutely amazing. Using the Syvecs as a standalone with complete control of the gearbox is a perfect solution. Full power shifts in D mode, throttle blips on down shifts, the BMW drivelogic is fully functional as well with the ability of 5 different D modes and 6 is S mode, S5/S6 is just mental. Here is a link to the build thread http://www.mkivsupra.net/vbb/showthread.php?330224-Supra-at-Whifbitz-for-7-Speed-DCT-PT6266-GEN2-Single-Turbo-Conversion