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that's what I was talking about... (archive)

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Posted by Gilbert on February 16, 1999 at 10:41:25:

In Reply to: Your both right...and wrong (more) posted by Preston on February 16, 1999 at 10:29:55:

You have to heel/toe when double clutching. (how do you think you are stepping on gas and brake at same time?) Double clutching on a asynchro trans is not as hard as you think. It's actually quite easy. Especially on the track with your brake pedal on the floor.

I understand that it could prolly help my car. But it's sure easy to rev over 4500 when in neutral. And I usually only double clutch when driving fast. I don't want to be getting hard on the brakes either too early. For now, I am just taking it easy on the car and downshifting alltogether.

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