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|21st September 2006, 01:34||#1|
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Is this possible ?
I dont know how to put this in front but i will try my best to elaborate it...
Till no i use to thought that if i shift from a higher gear to a lower gear in high speed the car will do sudden breaking. (Tried it 2 times and this happened) but today when i was just chatting with my frnd in dehradhun he told me he has driven a lancer near his place in which if he shifts from 4th gear to 3rd gear at speed of 100 there is no sudden breaking etc...
I mean is this possible ?? If yes how ?
P.S. Please tell me if you are not able to understand my question.
|21st September 2006, 04:29||#2|
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Engine breaking is a good way to control the vehicle if used properly.
|21st September 2006, 08:58||#3|
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There would be a slight drop in the vehicle speed and the revvs will go higher. The engine whine will be increased. The sudden breaking feel may not be there at a speed exceeding 100 kms while shifting down from 4th to 3rd..
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