There are a few conversations here about members using it on their V2, as well as popular websites describing our vehicles having it.No, the MN6 V2s do not have no-lift shift (at least, mine doesn't). They just have a solid enough driveline that you don't have to give a shit about matching RPMs.
How'd it go? I'm at 2 years owning and did not know either. Guess what I'm driving to work tonight?Well fuck-all if I've owned the car for 6+ years and never fucking knew that. Guess what I'll be doing tomorrow?
My first concern is finding out if the car actually HAS this and that it's enabled... and finding out withOUT 'just trying it". I mean, I can imagine lots of mechanical carnage.I've seen some references to it while poking around in HPtuner, but never messed around with it because I didn't know if it was actually implemented or just stuff that was stuck in there (like cylinder deactivation).
So, you're going to try it and let us know how it turns out, right? 😁I found a video where no less than Mr. Heinricy, himself, demonstrates it in a 2009 sedan, on a track. He even misses a shift once and the engine did not explode
Jump to 09:24 for the shifting but the whole video is very good
No Lift Shift Heinricy
Absolutely! I now just need to get the car reassembled...So, you're going to try it and let us know how it turns out, right?