Originally Posted by CrazyLegs
So it sounds to me like maybe first gear would have done it. In second you'll run lower engine RPM's, so whenever you get down to disengage speed, it will, well, disengage. Maybe you can fine tune it a bit to get a lower engage/disengage point. But if you get PRM down to idle speed, it will have to disengage.
That's true. But I did talk to Rekluse, (they are so good with live phone help!) They said once it hooks up, or engages it should stay hooked up, for the most part. You're right if the rpm's drop, it will disengage, but if going down a fair hill, the rpms should stay up and it should stay engaged. I gonna try 3 silver springs on one side.
But I've got to get around some hills to try it out, no hills in my yard....