Doesn't that defeat the purpose of rev matching? If you don't release the clutch, how's it going to match the revs that you're trying to get to in the first place?Originally posted by "handlebarsfsr"
you dont even need to double clutch to match revs. i just do it in one fluid motion, clutch in, shift, match revs all at once.
LOL I've done something similar. I wasn't paying attention and was trying to accelerate fairly fast, well I went to shift from 3rd into 4th, but instead dropped gears into 2nd. It scared the sh**t out of me. I think the guy behind me was pretty pissed off as well. I haven't done that one since, thank god.Originally posted by "*RiceAngel*"
Don't be a dumbass like me and downshift from 5th to 2nd instead of 4th...sheit...i did that and pissed my pants!!!! I'm always a lil more careful now
shift at redline, and shift fast.... my car is pretty much bone stock, and it chirps on the 2-3 shift........ stage 4 clutch works wondersOriginally posted by "92CivicVX"
Hey this is kind of off topic but i didnt want to create a new topic for this.............
Do you know how to skid your tires while you change gears??? I saw an integra last night and when he shifted gears his tires made a cool sound :o
thats what i thoughtOriginally posted by "handlebarsfsr"
running against the rev limiter is NOT a good idea if you value your engine. most a redline is just that, an absolute limit of safe operational speed of the motor. it is not a reliable speed to run your motor at all the time, especially a stock motor.