The new C8 Corvette, whether you like the mid engine format and looks or not, is THE best Corvette ever manufactured. By every analytic measure, this Corvette is better than any that came before. You may like other models better, you may think they look better, but in every actual measurable performance standard this Corvette will kick ass on all the rest. But that doesn’t mean it is without its fiddly bits. Like any new platform, and especially one that has such an enthusiastic high performance following, this one is going to show its weakness when folks put it through its paces. One of these is the DCT, or Dual Clutch Transmission. It is magic in almost every way, but if you push this car to its limits on the road coarse, or get your sideshow donuts on in a Walmart parking lot for too long, you might end up with a problem that results in limping home or being a part of the world’s slowest car chose with cops.
Luckily, the fix is super super simple and the guys at Scoggin-Dickey want to help educate you on just what to do to fix it. Trust us, anyone who needs this mod should be able to handle it. It is NOT rocket science.
Plus there is a bonus bit of tuning info for this bad boy with some track specs you can follow to make yours handle even better than it does now.