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What Is Double Clutching? Don’t Granny Shift!

What Is Double Clutching? Don't Granny Shift!

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How To Double Clutch Shift With A Manual Transmission
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"Granny-shifting, not double clutching like you should!" You’ve heard the line, but what the heck does it mean? If you want to be like Dominic Toretto, you’ll need to watch this video. Double clutching is the practice of using two full clutch in/out cycles per shift, in order to match the engine speed to the transmission speed and allow for a smooth shift. But do you actually need to do it? Nope! Modern manual transmissions use synchronizers, so this practice hasn’t been necessary for decades.

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