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Shift problem... #237368 Jul 31, 11:28am Jul 31, 11:28am
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Shift problem...
I found out that I could shift without press clutch when the engine is NOT on. Is it normal? I remember I couldn't do that before.

Re: Shift problem... [Re: oOoLINoOo] #237369 Jul 31, 11:35am Jul 31, 11:35am

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i can do dat too..i think its normal because i can also do that on my dads truck

Re: Shift problem... #237370 Jul 31, 4:06pm Jul 31, 4:06pm
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why not...the wheels aren't turning and the crank's not spinning. You can say you know how to rev match and can "...Drive a Standard Without Using the Clutch"...hahahaha. grin You'd impress one person on this board, on his B-day too! rofl


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Re: Shift problem... [Re: QTRMLR_1] #237371 Jul 31, 4:08pm Jul 31, 4:08pm
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i could always shift like that...i'm pretty sure this is normal as well thumbsup

Re: Shift problem... [Re: Speed4TheNeed] #237372 Jul 31, 5:05pm Jul 31, 5:05pm
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yeah thats completely normal, but in the scheme of things what does it really matter?????


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Re: Shift problem... [Re: csheriff] #237373 Aug 1, 12:58pm Aug 1, 12:58pm
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very normal

Re: Shift problem... [Re: TheAnswer] #237374 Aug 1, 1:31pm Aug 1, 1:31pm
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is normal, the only reason why you have a clutch is to pop the gear in while its spinning, so if its not spinning, then why not, some old cars though, when they get real banged up and the trannys gone to shit, then you wont need a clutch when its SPINNING, thats when you know your car is about to puke on you!!


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Re: Shift problem... [Re: qbanprepster21] #237375 Aug 1, 1:44pm Aug 1, 1:44pm
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yup... I was in one of the new TC's and I could do that. Its normal in most manuals. thumbsup


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