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Old 01-06-2006, 04:32 PM
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Originally Posted by chuck92103
Wrong answer. Manual is manual.

SMG relies on a computer to shift after a button is pressed. One most learn the timing nuances of the computer to master SMG.

With manual, you are in control over every aspect of the shift process.
I don't entirely agree there... knowing how and why it bucks like that (you can get it to do the same thing in a manual) can help minimize if not prevent it from doing so.

I don't disagree about having to sort of learn the nuances of interacting with its computer though.... It's sort of a mix of both traditional manual technique in regards to accelerator modulation and learning the SMG computer's tendencys...

Again I have not had it buck like that... when I drove SMG cars. Maybe I've just been lucky.
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