There is no need to double clutch if you know how to rev match. You don't need to heel-toe to rev match. It should be used for cornering at the track. You really don't need the clutch at all except for first if you know how to rev match.MN91TEG said:You shouldn't need to double-clutch while upshifting, but you should do it when you down-shift to make sure the synchros align. Also heel-toe with that if you are really concerned about preserving that transmission. Seems a little excessive to me to double clutch, but Tuan suggests it.
lolz you dont have to worry about it , what they say in the movie is just stupid, you dont double clutch in a drag racemonkeyteg said:What is rev- matching and what is heel-toe? i also still dont really understand what double clutching is..
Double clutching and rev-matching are two different things. You basically double clutch to relieve stress from the synchros.. you rev-match to relieve stress of your clutch. Since in double clutching you accelerate engine AND transmission speed, your synchros does not have to do the work of speeding up the tranny to match the engine speed (which it has to do for rev-matching, since you only accelerate the engine speed NOT the tranny speed). However you use the clutch twice as much when you double clutch (duh), so its up to you which one you want to go easier on, the clutch or the synchros.There is no need to double clutch if you know how to rev match. [/B]