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|3-Series (E36) Chat relating to the BMW 3-Series from 1992-1999. Autodoodad Specific models include: BMW 316i, BMW 318i, BMW 318iS/ti, BMW 320, BMW 323, BMW 320, BMW 324, BMW 325, BMW 328.|
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| Thats pretty much normal to noobies driving sticks(no offense, just a dscription). |
Try this, when you shift to second, slowly let go of the clutch while (slowly pressing the gas pedal) accelerating it. When I say slowly, its a lil bit faster than releasing it while your in first gear. Hope this helps.
| Originally posted by bimmer328isss@Sep 9 2003, 10:01 PM |
letting too much off the gas
| Originally posted by Chris_Topher@Sep 12 2003, 01:54 AM |
Control the descent of the rpms from 1st-2nd gear with your right foot. Engageing the clutch at too high or too low an rpm will set you up for more bucking.
So the message here is to be GENTLE with the gas pedal. Even when you are wanting to floor it, do it smoothly and gently.
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