Originally posted by 328DTM
Haha alright, just wondering Terry. :p
It would be better if you could learn heel toe if not downshifting w/out heel toe before turn in point. It's much faster and allows more control when you're working on the turn, concentrating only on your steering and accelerating inputs.
Oh well just my $0.02's, not bashing at you bud in case you thought I was.
i really want to learn heel-toe, its just that when i try it, i feel like my foot is too big, and i always mess up. i guess i need someone thats a pro at it to teach me, or show me exactly how its done, so that i can copy them, and slowly become fluent at it.
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