On Wed, 15 Nov 1995 LToy@aol.com wrote:
> i'm not trying to be facetious, but what's the big rush in shifting? how
> many tenths of a second are you really going to save by shifting faster? i
> could be wrong here, but there's other places to gain time. some of the hard
> core competitive types (Eric? Scott? Graydon?) can prob'ly add more here
For what it's worth (FWIW) , I think Bob Bondurant said, in his book
"B.B. on High Performance Driving"
...a smooth shift is much more important than a fast shift...
For reasons of not upsetting the chassis with abrupt inputs and for
overall driveline durability.
The University of Akron Sociology Department-------Akron, Ohio
1987 Audi 4000S, 1.8L 4-cyl, FWD-----SOLO II D-Street Prepared