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Old 11-08-2011, 02:21 PM
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You're right it makes very little difference if any. The main reason for doing this is so the transmission shifts better. It gets used to your daily driving habits and adapts to it. But really, on the track you simply floor it and go, so not much difference.

I've noticed after driving calm for a week, if I give it a lot of gas to downshift, sometimes it hesitates like it doesn't know what gear to go to. If you drive like a madman all the time you probably wouldn't experience this. Again on the track this is relatively useless...
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