200r4 transbrake?

#4
I guess I was kind of vague. I just wanted to get a handle on how reliable they are. No particular brand but if someone has experience with them, I'd love to hear about it.
 

WarWagon

Caustic Cacophony
#5
I have stageright in a EA stage 2 2004r and i use it all the time when racing/testing. Trans builder told me It's hard on the low roller clutch but it can take the abuse for awhile. You loose manual shifting in 1st gear selector and the car will roll a bit once it's set unless you hold the foot brake.
I like mine and I used it repeatedly for five years before the trans needed service.
 

WarWagon

Caustic Cacophony
#6
To use it at least how I do in my car: pre stage in 2nd gear then bump into the stage beam until it's flicks or just lights up then I pull selector into first then release foot brake and let the car roll the rest of the way into the stage beam, go full throttle on the launch 2 step until my desired boost is reached then push or smack the shift selector into 2nd gear to release the brake and launch! I then shift into 3rd quickly so the 2-3 shift is auto.
 

WE4

TBcom Admin /Prayers NYFD/NYPD
#7
A BAT BRAKE holds the l/r clutch on protecting the sprag. One of the better reasons to run one. Shift pattern the same.