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Old 12 Dec 2012, 07:02 pm
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Default what rpm should i use to start in first gear in my honda civic si 91?

when i start in first gear i use 2000 rpm and it acts like it has trouble going at that im think maby i should start using 2500 rpms? what do you guys think it works fine lol im just a new manual user
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Old 12 Dec 2012, 07:16 pm
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Ignore the tachometer. Go by feel. I am assuming you are new to manual shifting. Get to a point where you feel what is needed to get the car moving without too much clutch slippage.
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