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?
Mine: 2008 Saab 9-3 Aero SportCombi XWD: 92k, Black, Manual, JZW Stage 1. 320hp/400tq.
Gone: 2002 SVT, #1654
Hers: 2010 Focus SES: 84k, Ebony, Auto, Moon and Tune