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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-14-2011, 03:38 PM
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Granny shifting not double clutching like you should.

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Granny shifting not double clutching like you should.


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To answer your question truly.. It really all depends on HP and Traction, if your pushing 300+whp with slicks your better off IMO starting in 1st only because youll grab traction a bunch quicker..
If your pushing 300+ w/0 slicks, some people find it better to launch from 2nd because you'll catch quicker.

It's really personal prefrence.. whatever you believe will make you make a better time.

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