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Old 07-31-2003, 01:12 AM   #9
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Originally posted by Autotechnica
You can start off without pressing the gas? I don't get it. On a stock flywheel that would stall the car, how would having a lighter flywheel make that any different? If anything it would make it easier to stall.

If your car doesn't accelerate any quicker, then the flywheel you bought probably wasn't 9lbs.

Why would you accelerate uphill on 5th gear at 2000RPM? Are you purposely trying to stall the car?

Sorry, but your not making any sense.

Bry
The only reason why I would see his car slowly accelerating when he clutches out in first is because his revs at idle are raised by a reprogramed/aftermarket chip. My friend's A4 idles higher than stock therefore if he clutches out but still modulates the clutch, the car will start moving forward. However it is still possible to stall on his car if you clutch out like how you do for normal driving. Done it before.
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