I don't mean to beat a dead horse, but i am not really asking about stuff pertaining to the huge heal-toe thread a while back.
this is actually about DOUBLE clutching ... as in when all is said and done, the clutch has been pressed TWICE ... not rev matching
I know the differences between the two ... full-out double-clutching and then just "rev matching" but which is more correct? i say more correct because i realize they both most likely work. i have always used double clutching and taught myself to do it that way ... i guess i did because there are no articles on "rev matching" on the internet ... only double clutching.
is there somethin better about allowing the clutch to be engaged in neutral while revving? doesn't this fully relieve any stress on the engine/drivetrain? i am not positive, but i assumed it was better to have the clutch out in neutral rather than have the car still in gear with the clutch simply pressed.
and btw, i don't buy the "it takes too much time" because if its done properly ... its rather fast ... faster that you would assume if you don't know how to do it.
sometimes, i have even taken to double-clutch as i up-shift as well. any benefits from that? i don't blip the throttle as there is no need whatsoever, but is it true that it also allows the engine to come down more easily from the higher rpm's when when shifting to the next gear?
does anyone actually double-clutch and not simply match rev's ... and can explain why to me?
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