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lol, plastidipping the whole car is all the rage with the audi guys now too.

I might be plastidipping my e30 because my paint is utter shit and I don't want to spend a few grand to fix it.
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I might be plastidipping my e30 because my paint is utter shit and I don't want to spend a few grand to fix it.
That is pretty reasonable and logical

Plastidip'ing your brand new car that has a $6k paint job...?
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Its a manumatic. No clutch = not a manual. Just because they call it a manual doesn't make it so.

Well they don't call it a sequential clutched transmission.
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Its a manumatic. No clutch = not a manual. Just because they call it a manual doesn't make it so.

Don't you ever get tired of being an asshat?

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The SMG transmission is the standard Getrag six-speed gearbox plus electro-hydraulic clutch action. It's operation is controlled by hydraulics & solenoid valves. The system operates under huge pressure (up to 85 bar), which allows quick gearchanges. As each gear is selected a solenoid opens allowing hydraulic fluid into the clutch master cylinder disengaging the clutch. Three hydraulic cylinders activated by solenoids in the shift actuator carry out the gearchange by positioning the main selector shaft in the appropriate slot.

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That is pretty reasonable and logical

Plastidip'ing your brand new car that has a $6k paint job...?

To show you're such a baller that you can't even keep nice things nice.
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http://80.57.47.106/smg.htm

Jesus Christ. I know the transmission has a clutch in it. I figured most of the world was smart enough to understand that I meant clutch pedal. Good fucking lord. Its still a goddamn manumatic. You are not rowing your own gears. Which, yes, includes depressing a clutch with your left foot and then changing gears with your hand manually.

There, was I clear enough for you there?
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Jesus Christ. I know the transmission has a clutch in it. I figured most of the world was smart enough to understand that I meant clutch pedal. Good fucking lord. Its still a goddamn manumatic. You are not rowing your own gears. Which, yes, includes depressing a clutch with your left foot and then changing gears with your hand manually.

There, was I clear enough for you there?

This is the most sad attempt to back track that I've ever seen.
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This is the most sad attempt to back track that I've ever seen.

Yes, you got me. I had no clue SMGs have clutches. I can't believe you figured it out. I feel so ashamed.

How stupid are you? In casual conversation do you differentiate between clutch pedal and the actual clutch? "Clutch" is a colloquial term for clutch pedal, jackass.
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Yes, you got me. I had no clue SMGs have clutches. I can't believe you figured it out. I feel so ashamed.

How stupid are you? In casual conversation do you differentiate between clutch pedal and the actual clutch? "Clutch" is a colloquial term for clutch pedal, jackass.

We were talking about "electronic rev matching" The smg shifts faster than you can anyway - it's more impressive with that extra component than just rev matching alone. What's your point exactly?

BMW had a complete system that even works the clutch as far back as E36... Nissan finally added some cheap newb-assist to the g370z that revs the engine - stop the presses, Nissan has invented a budget version!
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We were talking about "electronic rev matching" The smg shifts faster than you can anyway - it's more impressive with that extra component than just rev matching alone. What's your point exactly?

BMW had a complete system that even works the clutch as far back as E36... Nissan finally added some cheap newb-assist to the g370z that revs the engine - stop the presses, Nissan has invented a budget version!

Nissan implemented it first on a regular manual transmission, where it's impossible for the ECU to tell whether the person is going to shift sequentially or skip a gear.

It's not as insignificant as you're making it out to be (even though it has to be super important and great, since BMW did it first, lol).

Go suck Hitler off, you toothbrush mustachioed Nazi sympathizer.
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Nissan implemented it first on a regular manual transmission, where it's impossible for the ECU to tell whether the person is going to shift sequentially or skip a gear.

It's not as insignificant as you're making it out to be (even though it has to be super important and great, since BMW did it first, lol).

Go suck Hitler off, you toothbrush mustachioed Nazi sympathizer.
actually... BMW didn't do it first

VW did it in '67 with the AutoStick
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We were talking about "electronic rev matching" The smg shifts faster than you can anyway - it's more impressive with that extra component than just rev matching alone. What's your point exactly?

BMW had a complete system that even works the clutch as far back as E36... Nissan finally added some cheap newb-assist to the g370z that revs the engine - stop the presses, Nissan has invented a budget version!

Jehannum is right, Nissan is the first to have electronic rev matching on a manual transmission.

To even try and hint that an SMG is a manual is sad attempt at trying to say someone else is wrong, simply to say they are wrong.

I know you've got to be exaggerating about removing the tranny to replace the cabin air filter - but I found it funny how easy it is to do in my Honda. Empty the glovebox, pull two pins out to let it swing all the way down - and there is a small door behind it that reveals the filter.
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Nissan implemented it first on a regular manual transmission, where it's impossible for the ECU to tell whether the person is going to shift sequentially or skip a gear.

It's not as insignificant as you're making it out to be (even though it has to be super important and great, since BMW did it first, lol).

Go suck Hitler off, you toothbrush mustachioed Nazi sympathizer.

Okay great they made a cheaper version.

As far as skipping gears you can skip with either system.

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Jehannum is right, Nissan is the first to have electronic rev matching on a manual transmission.

To even try and hint that an SMG is a manual is sad attempt at trying to say someone else is wrong, simply to say they are wrong.

I know you've got to be exaggerating about removing the tranny to replace the cabin air filter - but I found it funny how easy it is to do in my Honda. Empty the glovebox, pull two pins out to let it swing all the way down - and there is a small door behind it that reveals the filter.

Well the word "manual" is in the name, there's no hinting involved. Sequential Manual gearbox... SMG has a clutch and is not a manumatic - two things I corrected in an earlier post. It is a manual by definition, but a robotically shifted one.

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Ps. I replaced my cabin filter using one phillips head screwdriver - took about 17 minutes.
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