You are comparing f1 trans to street applications? Ok, still does not change the fact DCT is the superior technology for shift speed. It is f1 regulations that prevent its use in that sport.
I didn't compare anything. You said it was impossible to shift faster than DCT, i said no it's not. That's it.Quote:
Originally Posted by Sticky
If you have to go so far as to bring up F1 racing transmissions to compare to street dual clutches, well, what does that tell you? Shouldn't it also tell you a DCT that sees development for F1 applications will obviously be at the absolute maximum? Seriously, read up on how the trans works so you can understand a single clutch can't physically shift as fast as something already in gear.
I mean seriously, comparing a single clutch transmissions in Formula 1 to street DCT transmissions cost wise? Illogical.
Secondly, do you have a street single clutch trans that is faster than a dual clutch for the street? No.
What do you think would happen if a DCT was allowed in F1? What, the cars would get slower? No, they would get faster and the technology would see additional racing development. I mean what the hell do you think Porsche went to a dual clutch from a single clutch to for racing in the first place? To be slower?
Your argument is weak and illogical. I can't agree with you because of this.
Hiw many more dual clutch versus single clutch tests it will take before people get it I have no clue.