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Old 12-23-1999, 08:31 AM   #1
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2002 WRX wagon

Have a Nice Day? Change gear without clutch??

I saw an video that the person who drives the EVO 6 and teach how to drive a 5sp to change gear without step on the clutch!!! ( I don't think the EVO 6 comes with dogbox trany)
Is it possible to change gear like this on Subaru ?? If it is, how to do it? Will it damage the trany? I think this really help to shorten the time for rallying!!!
If anyone knows how to do it, please shows step by step and which rpm for doing which step!!
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Old 12-23-1999, 09:09 AM   #2
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You can do that in your sube. All you have to do is have it in the correct rpm range. First figgure out what it is by shifting normal and look where your rpm's are when you start to shift and where they go into when you shift into the next gear. Then when you try this, get the rpms there again, pull it into nutral and when the rpms get to where they were when you shifted before it should slip right in. Be careful though, it can slip if youu do it wrong. Shifting down is harder but same idea. You just have to rev your engine to the correct rpms to get it to slip in. There, how is that for an explanation? I am bad at explaining things,so if anyone else wants to chip in, go ahead.

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Old 12-23-1999, 11:03 AM   #3
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I recall seeing a thread with an excellent explanation w/rpm's in the i Club Forum, but couldn't find it (didn't spend enough time looking). If someone recalls or locates it, please post the URL here (at the top of the page with the thread, select "UBBFriend: Email This Page to Someone!", copy the URL ["http://..." stuff], post a reply to this thread, and paste the copied URL).

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