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Actually you can probably do that if you match engine/wheel speed EXACTLY ( like within 10rpm) so that your gears will mesh without one rotating faster than the other. It sounds possible. But I doubt nobody is that coordinated, especially in full throttle action where +10rpm happens in <0.01s.
The clutch is just an instrument that slips purposely to match engine/wheel speed. If you are enough of a badass you don't even need the clutch man, unless for starting off in 1st.
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1995 750iL 20" Harge Chrome Nova 7, lowering, Ac Schnitzer Front, back, exhaust tips, Clear corners, Painted all white, sound system (dad's, 3 ft away from mine in the garage)
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