Re: lingo questions
double clutching - depressing the clutch and taking the transmission out of gear.. Release clutch -- depress clutch and put transmission into next gear.
IMO - it's of no value in a car. It's necessary in the 18wheelers to get the whateverthe****technical****isinthedamntransmissions to sync. if you don't double clutch the big scary truck - you will grind gears..
Power shifting -- Almost the exact opposite from doubleclutching (i think).. It's where you shift without the clutch. Once you learn the RPM's the tranny and engine are in sync at, you can slide between gears without the need for the clutch
V6 mustangs don't come with a limited slip because they ARE NOT performance vehicles. They are base models intended for people who want all the looks with none of the performance. Fortunately, Ford did bless the V6 with some good foundation components, capable of building it into a performance car, but the people who want that are not Fords primary target customers.
Personally, I like the supercharger, although the fastes V6 is the turbo variety..
/my attempt at some sort of tangible contribution...
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