Originally Posted by Fierysun
Great write up!
When you talk about the Legacy Spec B 6-speed, are you talking about the 2009 U.S. version?
And what kind of DCCD does it have compared with the Sti's trans?
I am referring to the '05 - current LGT.
The LGT 6spd doesn't have DCCD in it's tranny. I really think that they should have that system in the 5spds like the autos. I really think that the current Automatic trannies use the same concept as the STi's DCCD with their 45:55 torque splits.
HERE IS the NEW Video of the Outback tranny!!!
I am sorry that on the first part for regular driving the boost gauge blocks the lower RPMs on the regular driving. I was shifting at 3000rpms. You can hear in the video the exhaust and have an idea how much RPMs it drops. The 2nd half of the video shows a 1-5 gear pull shifting at nearly 7000rpms. Take NOTE that between shifts the clutch slips as it's grabbing so the RPM starts anywhere from 300-800rpms higher than than where it should actually start. I will get a better video tomorrow RIGHT AT the cluster.
Here are 2 videos of '07 STi in comparison.
STOCK WRX for comparison