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Old 12-20-2008, 11:01 PM   #26
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Default Re: Can you drive a stick?

I've never driven an automatic, I just drive sticks (lol).

And I love it, I love changing gears, it's fun!
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It's harder to modify a auto because shift points need to change. A manual you can add horsepower and get better gas mileage, you can utilize the extra power by putting it in a higher gear. Besides its just more fun. I've never bought an auto and no one in my immediate family has either. Unfortunately my daily driver is my work vehicle and its auto, but I can text and drink coffee at the same in Pittsburgh start and stop traffic : if that's a good thing
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Old 01-01-2009, 06:14 AM   #28
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Learned on a stick
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Old 01-30-2009, 01:19 PM   #29
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I cant drive yet cause i am still a virgin
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Old 03-30-2009, 01:32 PM   #30
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manual + heel & toe + rev matching > automatic

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Learned to drive with an automatic, and I liked it.
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Old 03-30-2009, 07:15 PM   #32
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Default Re: Can you drive a stick?

I don't even own a car with an automatic transmission, and I own two cars that get driven on a regular basis.

As far as drag racing, automatic is the way to go. No power loss between shifts, super fast shifts, etc etc.

Manual is better for 'real' racing (with left and right turns and everything!) as well as reliability.

Honestly driving a 5-spd in traffic in a pain in the ass, but it's still fun.
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It's harder to modify a auto because shift points need to change. A manual you can add horsepower and get better gas mileage, you can utilize the extra power by putting it in a higher gear. Besides its just more fun. I've never bought an auto and no one in my immediate family has either. Unfortunately my daily driver is my work vehicle and its auto, but I can text and drink coffee at the same in Pittsburgh start and stop traffic *: if that's a good thing
a 100 dollar shift kit + a couple hours under the car turns a shitty sloppy automatic trans into a racing beast. I used to have a ford with an AOD + transgo shift kit and it would leave rubber on the road on every shift (except OD that is).
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Default Re: Can you drive a stick?

i used to put in shift kits they really do help ,but theres a lot of work involved in doing one i wouldn't want to do one outside of a trani shop though too hard
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Old 04-05-2009, 12:21 AM   #35
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Default Re: Can you drive a stick?

they aren't TOO bad, as long as you dont mind being soaked in tranny fluid for a couple hours.

On teh ford AOD it's 24 bolts to get the valvebody out, and they are all different lengths so you better mark where they came from!! Then just install a few springs in the valvebody, drill a couple holes, new gasket, bolt it all back in, add some fluid and you're done!!

I did about 10 on my garage floor.... having a lift would have been reaallllyyy nice *:-[
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I GOT MY DRIVER'S LICENCE!!




Yup....now I drive a "stick" Peugeot 206
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