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Mar 31, 4:58pm - #141288 
About mannual...

Is it good to raise RPM ??
I always sfift when 3000, I never reach 4500
because it sounds loud when RPM is high
when you guys shift??

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Mar 31, 4:58pm - #141289 
3000 is fine...

i do it from 4-5


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Mar 31, 5:02pm - #141290 
sometime i shift at 6-7, but most of the time i shift around 3-3500rpm


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Mar 31, 5:03pm - #141291 
driving - between 2 - 5

racing - redline

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Mar 31, 5:07pm - #141292 
3.5 RPM

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Mar 31, 5:39pm - #141293 
racing = redline
thats what i'm talking about kid!
dont mishift though grin

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Mar 31, 6:13pm - #141294 
I find it difficult to actually accelerate shifting at 3k. At least with the GTS that is. The gearing is just so short...yeah...

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Mar 31, 6:21pm - #141295 
GTS sportshift gears are taller, on average when cruising, I shift anywhere between 3-4K. When racing, I will rev past 7K on occasion,like on straight-aways, but in the twisties, I seldom rev past 6K.

the automatic shifts about the same, but rarely lets the engine spin past 7K on it's own. like me, it's conservative when it comes to the lift zone.


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Mar 31, 6:25pm - #141296 
I tend to shift around 3-4k. Except for 1st gear which i like to rev btwn 4-5.5k. The thing revs so quick and the exhaust sound reall good. I heard the hight you rev and shift at the more gas you waste??

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Mar 31, 7:25pm - #141297 
yeah when you shift at lower rpms like around 3k, its good cause it conservative on ur gas and doesnt use as much. i normally shift between 3-4

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Mar 31, 9:37pm - #141298 
I shift between 4-5. In the GTS 6 speed it's just no good lower than that. Plus add on an Injen race division Intake that lowers low end, even worse. Rarely go into lift.

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