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Old 03-22-2007, 11:53 AM   #6
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Join Date: Aug 2006
Location: park ridge, Illinois
2005 vette c6 z51
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^^you have to adjust your shifting techniques to compensate for this. This is normal on our cars, especially while under more load. More load = more throttle = turbo spooling = rpm spike when you quickly let off the gas. Let off the gas for a brief second and then clutch in to avoid this. It happens to me everyday at least a couple of times. I've learned to shift at 7K RPM so this does not happen, you just have to get to know how your car responds a little better. When I first got the car, this happened to me all the time at first I thought it was the car, but it's somewhat the driver's technique as well.
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