Originally Posted by HighRevimpreza
i think the heel toe section is wrong! well the animated part at least.
blip the throttle while in neutral then put in lower gear takes along. i think doing it that way seems pointless i dont see the point in reving it while neutral
. My way of heel toe, let say im in 3rd and i want to go to 2nd for a turn so i brake then i push the clutch in then put in 2nd and blip throttle and let go of clutch.
1. brake, then clutch in
2. move to lower gear
3. blip the throttle with your heel, while holding in the clutch (the foot is still on the brake)
4. then i release clutch and the brake. yadadada then accel out
Double clutching while rev matching saves your synchros from a bit of wear...the way you do it does not.
While the way you do it is certainly faster on the track, if you have the time during the daily commute to double clutch on the downshift...why not?