MUCH easier said than done in performance/track situations, especially if you want to nail the shift exactly right (at least for me). Also if car is modded, it revs quicker, making timing even more difficult/crucial. With the sound of the engine alone in the m3, I cannot nail the exact shift point with 100% accuracy. There's a reason the shift lights in the DCT exist..this seems even more compelling for a modded manual normally-aspirated M car where shift needs to occur at redline. This steering wheel looks pretty worthwhile in terms of practical application.
Originally Posted by b0bab0i
No need for shift lights in a manual tranny, just listen to the engine