Shelbygolfpro Posted April 13, 2018 Report Share Posted April 13, 2018 Hello guys, looking for some advice or answers to what seems to be a minor problem. Has anyone experienced hitting the gas to give our rides a quick rev and it feels as though it is laggy or not as responsive? This is what has happened to me a couple times now: I go to give my Shelby a quick couple revs for some friends or another fellow enthusiast and it simply just doesn't feel as responsive. For how much gas I apply, the RPMs do not match what it typically would given the same amount of gas. If I wait a few seconds and do it again, it will feel normal and just as responsive as it should. It is kind of hard to explain the feeling but I have never experienced it before in either of my cars. It did not do this until about a month after I installed my Whipple back in September, car went into storage all winter and I brought her out last night and it did it twice to me but then once again, all felt normal. Each time this has happened, temperatures have been under 60 degrees if that means anything. It still drives and feels as powerful as it should (at least I think so, still pulls a couple cars on my friends Termi) when I am cruising but it worries me a bit. Would this have anything to do with my clutch and flywheel? I am replacing both as well as TOB and adding high performance clutch line in the next few weeks. Any input would help my mind ease a bit! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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