No need. I'll explain more on that later.
Ok, so, If any of you do this trans in the future, forget about 2nd gear. No matter how slowly you roll into it. And 3rd put a smile on my face again
Oh and watch out for the little o-ring inside the clutch elbow. It about made me cry.
I had everything together and took a break from the Trans to put my sstc front springs in (came out great btw)
Got that done and took the cat off the reservoir to fill it up for bleeding the clutch and all the sudden I had a crazy leak. Just watching the level drop. I got looking around and saw fluid dripping out of the bell housing. I about cried. I just laid there watching it for a few min.
All the sudden I remembered that the clutch pipe elbow had felt a little odd going on. I pulled it off and the little o-ring had been pushed up inside. Got that fixed and bled the clutch as best I could bet never quite got it.
On the road it felt awesome. Even with the clutch engaging right off the floor it still shifted super smooth and was completely silent. The 2-3 shift is WAY smoother and solid feeling than before. Whatever they do to the shifter gate really works!
I'll get some 3rd gear logged pulls in on the way to work tomorrow. Virtual Dyno will be very useful here. Since it calculates tq and hp on rate of acceleration, what it will do is show me the hp it would take for a normal 4.05 car to accelerate at the same rate as me if I leave the final drive setting at 4.05. Then I can tell it my new final drive and it will give me actual hp numbers.