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DSG sectioned model of twin clutch
"... Here's an imaginary scenario: you're driving a manual transmission car and while accelerating, you're trying to change gears. The process is obviously pressing the clutch pedal and moving the stick shift in the appropriate gear (this is often done in one second or so for the most skilled drivers). You then disengage the clutch pedal, obviously with the risk of shakes unless you're doing it at the proper time, in the proper rev. This is where the two clutches make..." Continue Reading →
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