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      10-26-2012, 04:20 PM   #23
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Consider when they engineered the DCT..did they factor into the design that guys would be running 100+ ft-lbs tq over stock..

So why would people think that the DCT wouldnt eventualy have issues..its all a question of time..

An MT at least there's the option for uprated clutch.. issue solved..
You can upgrade the multi wet clutches in the DCT too. The upgrades are rated at 700whp. The multi wet clutches are just as easy to replace as the MT
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Yes, quite possibly. BMW says it's good for up to 400 ft-lbs of torque.
Please share..I dont ever remember ANY manufacturer stating their drivetrains are good for more than they are rated for at the factory
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You can upgrade the multi wet clutches in the DCT too. The upgrades are rated at 700whp. The multi wet clutches are just as easy to replace as the MT
Good to know then my argument is moot...but to say that stock components can "take it" without consquence doesnt seem realistic. Problems may not manifest themselves right away but they will manifest themselves
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OP... Bottom line is that you will not have an issue with DCT with the kit that you are wanting to install. Also, check into the ESS DCT software as it actually helps the performance and life of the clutch. Just search the forums for more details on that as well.

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OP... Bottom line is that you will not have an issue with DCT with the kit that you are wanting to install. Also, check into the ESS DCT software as it actually helps the performance and life of the clutch. Just search the forums for more details on that as well.

Best of luck!!!


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Please share..I dont ever remember ANY manufacturer stating their drivetrains are good for more than they are rated for at the factory
I can find the original document that I read this in, but here is what is printed in the M DCT drivelogic technical paper. 520nm = 384 lb-ft and the stock motor only produces 295 lb-ft, so there is plenty of headroom.
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I can find the original document that I read this in, but here is what is printed in the M DCT drivelogic technical paper. 520nm = 384 lb-ft and the stock motor only produces 295 lb-ft, so there is plenty of headroom.
Seems logical
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