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Fast and the Furious, The - Running with No Gear?
In the scene where the four cars are racing, just when the race has started, Eddy floors his gear clutch and floors his gas petal, driving the car forward... Let's see... If he did that, it would terribly screw up his engine as he is trying to spin the rotary when the gear is not in place. I know that it's just a movie and he is actually sitting in a studio in a "model" car surrounded by blue screen, but shouldn't they at least get him to press the petals right?
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Sad_Pessimist on 06-04-2002
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bmxmongoose15 writes:
I drive a clutch and when you push the clutch in and switch gears, you can push the gas down before the clutch is fully up.
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DJsFC3S writes:
"If he did that, it would terribly screw up his engine as he is trying to spin the rotary when the gear is not in place" You sir, should kill yourself. Free revving the 13b in the Rx7 wont blow it up, especially a turned 13b. Of course if you over-rev and hold it for a while, itll eventually overheat like crazy, and probably blow up a few apex seals. Trust me when I say this, you could over rev to 8 grand and still be safe on a decently fresh motor. I've seen a 2nd generation Rx7 hold 8grand for damned near 15 minutes and not blow the engine, surprised the hell out of me, the radiator blew the cap and the exhaust caught fire before the engine popped. Do me a favor and learn a little. Heres something to help you out- www.nopistons.com thatll teach you alot about rotary engines ;P
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akuma writes:
when driving a stick..you can push in clutch thus your gears being neutral..when your car is in neutral and you push in gas pedal what happens?? you Rev..you can switch to first gear while revving then when letting go of clutch..this causes a peal off...yup..ive done it
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