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double clutching? #99600 Feb 7, 6:12pm Feb 7, 6:12pm
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double clutching?
What's double clutching exactly. i know theres a bunch of posts before me . i've read them and they dont really make sense. and whats the point of doing it? to reduce the chance of grinding gears? any sites about manual transmissons? something to learn from instead of bugging you guys on this forum? spineyes

Re: double clutching? [Re: CelicasROCK] #99601 Feb 7, 6:21pm Feb 7, 6:21pm
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PLEASE dont ever try double clutching. what it is is you put the clutch in, then go to nutral, then let go of the clutch,then press the clutch back in, then go to the next gear. its the dummmmmbest thing you could ever do, and F&F is the GAYEST ricer movie EVER


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Re: double clutching? [Re: CelicasROCK] #99602 Feb 7, 6:24pm Feb 7, 6:24pm
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haha no i didnt get it from Fast and the furious. i read it on here i think? i'm not really sure but thansk for clearing it up for me.

Re: double clutching? [Re: CelicasROCK] #99603 Feb 7, 7:27pm Feb 7, 7:27pm
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"Double-clutching was common in older cars and is still common in some modern race cars. In double-clutching, you first push the clutch pedal in once to disengage the engine from the transmission. Then you release the clutch pedal and rev the engine to the "right speed." The right speed is the rpm value at which the engine should be running in the next gear. Then you push the clutch pedal in again and lock the collar into the new gear. At every gear change you have to press and release the clutch twice, hence the name "double-clutching."

Bascially, you won't need to worry about it in your modern,street legal car. Only older cars, trucks, and racing transmissions are cars in which you need to do this

Re: double clutching? [Re: NorwayGT] #99604 Feb 7, 9:55pm Feb 7, 9:55pm
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Originally Posted by NorwayGT
PLEASE dont ever try double clutching. what it is is you put the clutch in, then go to nutral, then let go of the clutch,then press the clutch back in, then go to the next gear. its the dummmmmbest thing you could ever do, and F&F is the GAYEST ricer movie EVER

I second that..the line in F&F angers me ,lol!! thumbsdown

Re: double clutching? [Re: Dukemasta] #99605 Feb 7, 10:11pm Feb 7, 10:11pm
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I swear if I ever see Vin Diesel I'm going to punch him in the face for that movie. That's why I'm going to the gym three days a week before I get the chance.


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Re: double clutching? [Re: CelicasROCK] #99606 Feb 7, 10:30pm Feb 7, 10:30pm
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rofl

Re: double clutching? [Re: RevMonster] #99607 Feb 7, 11:01pm Feb 7, 11:01pm
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Originally Posted by RevMonster
I swear if I ever see Vin Diesel I'm going to punch him in the face for that movie. That's why I'm going to the gym three days a week before I get the chance.

haaaahahahhaa


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Re: double clutching? [Re: RevMonster] #99608 Feb 8, 12:47am Feb 8, 12:47am
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Originally Posted by RevMonster
I swear if I ever see Vin Diesel I'm going to punch him in the face for that movie. That's why I'm going to the gym three days a week before I get the chance.


Good luck with that, post pics when you're done smile

Re: double clutching? [Re: RevMonster] #99609 Feb 8, 12:51am Feb 8, 12:51am
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You should have done a search before asking something like this. Thread closed.

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