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      02-07-2008, 05:39 PM   #84
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Originally Posted by BK View Post
EVERYONE. Those who say they fully release their clutch when backing out of a parking space are either lying or have 400 foot driveways.

Interesting thread. I rev match on downshifts, but don't double-clutch. I'm not convinced there is any benefit to it.

What I want to improve is my heel-toe shifting. I've been driving MT for a long time but still have lots of room for improvement. The best thing about MT is that it feels like an art sometimes, in the sense that you always feel like you can improve. It's part of the fun of driving a MT, and is the primary reason I don't like driving AT cars even though I can drive AT faster in a straight line (just press down hard with the right foot).
Agree w/you 100% Driving MT is like an art and you can always get better at it. That's why this is a great post!
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