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Old 04-05-2003, 12:13 AM   #102
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Originally posted by SpudBoy
The best way to get smooth is to watch your passenger's head. Since you are aware of the shift occuring your will subconciously prepare for the shift. You will also notice that smooth shifts are rarely ever quick.
Yeah, I mean sometimes when I shift a little bit quicker and I mess up, you feel the car bouncing a bit b/c I popped the clutch out too quickly but didn't gas it enough.

Off-topic, but how much damage does stalling a car do in general?
Is the lifespan of the clutch decreased by that much more vs. dumping the clutch from dead stops when you want to race someone?
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