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This is a discussion on Clutchless shifting? within the Motorsports Talk forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by 99STM As far as I know, all of the Group N cars have dog engagement gearboxes that ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99STM View Post
    As far as I know, all of the Group N cars have dog engagement gearboxes that do not require the clutch to be disengaged to shift. It's not something that's new, it's just weird that a car from the factory can do so. I've never heard of that.
    They rarely use the clutch on the WRC stages, except certain conditions (ie, starts, low speed, etc)

    But then again, they have the money, people, and parts to rebuild their trannies after every race...lol.
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    06 GTO M6 Quicksilver, SLP 455 Bobcat, LS7 Clutch w/ SS line (RPM tune:373rwhp/373rwtq)
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