Difference between JMod mild and JMod mild with gear change
Looking over the details on the JMod, the difference between the JMod mild versus JMod mild w/gear change is pretty small like this:
Hole 2: .081" vs .100" (1-2 / 2-1 shift)
Hole 4: .081" vs .100" (2-3 / 3-2 shift)
Holes 9 & 11: .081" vs .089" (4-3 downshift)
Hole 10: .076" vs .089" (faster reverse engagement)
Slot 1: no change vs .100"
Holes 1, 3, 5, 6, 8: either no change or no difference
We're talking minute differences in size here, 0.019" at most. What that means in shift feel or speed I have no idea.
I'm debating if I should go totally mild to start since my car is bone stock or go mild w/gear change since I plan on changing gears some day (hopefully this summer, but that's not for sure yet).
The thing here is I don't want to open the holes up too big since I can't make them smaller, but I could always drill them out bigger down the road if I need to.... so with my stock car I'm leaning toward going totally mild but if I get gears will the JMod still be nice even if I went with like 4.10 gears or will I wind up dropping it down, and drilling the holes bigger?
Thoughts? I already have all the parts, and I'm hoping to get on this next week but I just want to research and ask lots of questions before I do it, to make sure I do it right the first time if possible :-)
Are many guys out there doing the mild w/gear change even though they have stock gears???