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Old 10-30-2017, 10:56 AM   #7
san rensho
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Join Date: May 2011
Location: Miami florida
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A suggestion, don't just blip and dump the clutch. If you nail the blimp and dump, as you were saying, it works perfectly, but in the heat of a race, things are not perfect.

What I've been doing lately is blipping the gas, but not taking my foot completely off the gas, leaving it revved up a little bit and at the same time letting the clutch out slowly, not just dumping it. If you do this, the transition is very smooth and you can usually instantly feel if you've over accelerated or under accelerated and can correct any miscalculation.
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2000 Boxster 2.7l red/black

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1973 Opel Manta
1969(?) Fiat 850 Convertible
1979 Lancia Beta Coupe
1981 Alfa Romeo GTV 6
1985 Alfa Romeo Graduate
1985 Porsche 944
1989 Porsche 944
1981 Triumph TR7
1989 (?) Alfa Romeo Milano
1993 Saab 9000
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