Originally Posted by swansong
While we're on the subject of dogbone mounts, does the "improved shifting feel" only apply to fast shifts? 97% of my shifts are slow, steady, and smooth rev-matched shifts. You know, non-hoonigan DD shifts. Is there an appreciable improvement in shifts performed in this manner? Or do the benefits of a dogbone only show up on speed shifts?
It affects all shifts. Because the engine does not move around as much, all shifts feel tighter and have less play. with my dog-bone and short shifter, it feels amazing.