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Old 19 Aug 2009, 08:16 pm
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Default Just learned stick & just got an Integra GSR. How do I shift to drive it fast--on 0-60 and from a..

...roll? PLEASE READ! ok i know your suppose to shift in high rpms but everytime i do it always jerks on me. from a dead stop when i get into 1st i get all the way to maybe 5000 then try shifting into second but it jerks, i know im doing it wrong but i dont know what my mistake is. when i go into third its pretty smooth but i want to do it to where im going fast though every gear and pulling me hard.































also when im on the hioghway in 5th and going like 55-65 when i downshift to race someone i go onto 4th but the car like pauses for a brief moment then lunges me forward hard. how do i avoid that pause and hard jerk forward? do i need to keep my foot pon the gas the whole time when i downshift? like say im doing 60 andim ready to downshift into 4th, would i push the gas down hard BEFORE i put it into 4th and hold it down WHILE i put it into 4th then just pop the clutch out fast?? or shoiuld i rather be going into 3rd instead???































please explain very detailed as i am not figuring out how to do this on my own. the GSR is totally stock and its a 98. thanks.
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Old 19 Aug 2009, 08:31 pm
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kk firsgt of all you can't stop that lunge forward when the down gear on the highway, unless your in a racing car. and when you are shifting normally u probs wona practice at low rmp first coz if you keep jerking it, then you will smash your clutch plates pretty quickly, it just a matter of balancing the clutch and the accelorator,















when you change gear into, say 2 or 3 lift the clutch pedal slowly and then press the gas it mite stop sum of the jerking, it's just practice mate
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Old 19 Aug 2009, 08:46 pm
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well if it does drive like how your discribing...it is because your shifting right at where the vtec is about to engage but your shifting it to a higher gear so it sort of stalls..also could be that your foot is not coming off the clutch insync with your gas....you should be taking it to a higher rpm before you shift if you want to go faster...also if your on the highway and only going 55-65 mph...you should be down shifting to 3rd gear...which would give you more power....and you just have to down shift then floor it...
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