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How do you like the way your SRT-10 shifts gears? I would assume the throw is long and possibly notchy. Just speculating. What is the gateway like. Close between gears or...

I am interested in knowing your opinions towards having a six speed and the way it allows you to shift.

Powershifting? Possible?


Thanks Guys,

-Chris (An SVT guy that is here with respectful sentiment to learn about the competitor, and learn as well as to appreciate another sport truck in the playing field :) )
 

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SVT242 said:
How do you like the way your SRT-10 shifts gears? I would assume the throw is long and possibly notchy. Just speculating. What is the gateway like. Close between gears or...

I am interested in knowing your opinions towards having a six speed and the way it allows you to shift.

Powershifting? Possible?


Thanks Guys,

-Chris (An SVT guy that is here with respectful sentiment to learn about the competitor, and learn as well as to appreciate another sport truck in the playing field :) )
Personally I love the way mine shifts. Aside from the fact that the handle is longer, it shifts just like my Viper. In other words, if I didn't look, I'd swear it was a short shifter. I find the throw to be short, crisp, and it goes smoothly but firmly into every gear. The gears are fairly close; wouldn't be hard for a newbie to hit 4th when trying to go to 6th, for example. I like it.
 

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I like they feel of the Hurst shifter,after over 2000 miles..seems like it is loosening up..I sold my Z06,which i had installed a aftermarket Hurst shifter so i am sold on their performance (Hurst)..
 

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I am a big Hurst fan as well -- just taking a while to get used to the geometry of shifting this one. Also agree with you that it is loosening up a bit. Came up with a simple modification that dramatically decreases the chance of blowing the 1-2 shift (at least for me) if anyone is interested....

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i've been driving mine for a couple of days now and it shifts great! smooth and the throws don't seem long to me at all.haven't missed a shift yet! UNBELIEVABLE TRUCK!
 

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Thanks EVERYONE! I was very curious to hear your responses! Glad to see you guys enjoy the way the SRT-10 shifts :D

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SugarLandExpress said:
I am a big Hurst fan as well -- just taking a while to get used to the geometry of shifting this one. Also agree with you that it is loosening up a bit. Came up with a simple modification that dramatically decreases the chance of blowing the 1-2 shift (at least for me) if anyone is interested....

Scot
I'm kind of curious about this... isn't this just a pull straight back? What is it that makes it difficult under power? How is the clutch anyway? Long/short throw? Easy pressure? Long engagement? Easy to slip?
 

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I'm kind of curious about this... isn't this just a pull straight back? What is it that makes it difficult under power? How is the clutch anyway? Long/short throw? Easy pressure? Long engagement? Easy to slip?
I wasn't sure about that either. Mine goes right into all gears almost effortlessly. :confused:
 
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