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Old 20th October 2013, 18:22   #16
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Originally Posted by Styler View Post

I was there in a Scorpio, and I did roll back in the first attempt. From then on with high revs and the clutch released at high revs the Scorpio managed to get to the parking. The Swifts etc were climbing up the steep incline with ease.
I guess the Innova should also be able to climb up with high revs.
It all boils down to the low end torque produced by the engine which should not be a problem in the 2.5L D-4D and the 1.3L MJD.

Problem with such incline starts is the clutch would be fried if not done correctly.
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