it is high revving dumping the clutch every shift, depending on where you set the rev limiter. Mine is at 5500. When you push the clutch in the car hits the 5.5k limiter, while the speed of the vehicle drops. When you dump the clutch, or let it out again, the clutch plate will have a lot of torque on it from the fact that the motor is spinning so fast. It will burn out your clutch over time.So explain why ffs is so bad?
Your still pushing in the clutch, the engine still pauses for a brief second, and you shift. The pause is just faster than what u could do with your foot. It's not like its reving high and dumping the clutch every shift.
I'm not slamming the gears, im not getting any drive line shock, it feels slightly like how a DCT shifts. If that makes any sense.
Its much harder on the driveline than a normal shift, and its a fast shift so its hard on the synchros.
its more wear