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The items mentioned in the “Precision Control for Maximizing Power Utilization” section are extremely useful for drag racing. Adaptive Shift Point Control provides the most accurate shift points possible, which are compensated for varying engine, weather, and track conditions. The shift points are also consistent, regardless of whether or not the torque converter clutch is used at WOT. This level of shift point accuracy is especially useful for bracket racing, where consistency is of utmost importance. The precise control of TCC operation at WOT is especially useful for maximizing the performance of a combination built to comply with class restrictions.
Burnout Mode *
Burnout Mode is a special feature that is tailored towards serious drag racing applications. In Burnout Mode, the transmission will always shift based on the WOT (wide open throttle) shift point values, regardless of throttle position. The purpose of this mode is to prevent premature upshifts when the throttle is adjusted to maintain a constant tire speed during burnouts or when the throttle is feathered to minimize wheel-standing or tire spin during launch. Keep your engine in the power band while heating up the hides.
( * Feature that is exclusive to US Shift products )