06Ex said:Just be AWARE:
The cruising RPM for the manual at 70 mph is around 3200
The cruising ROM for the Auto at 70 mph is around 2400
Big difference, if you like the low revs and less engine noise get the auto, if you dont mind, and enjoy a standard, get the stick
It can be anyway they like... Final speed depends on what ratios/final drive(s) are in the trans and isn't dependent on auto or stick. Overdrive simply means that the overall ratio is greater than 1.0. My TDIs had two overdrive gears but they had the torque to work it.mobius1civ said:isn't it suppose to be the other way?
RPM for manual suppose to be lower than RPM for the auto?
because you could control wheter you want to shift or not to shift.
how about the "overdrive" technology?
sorry, i'm new to manual trans..
el_ben2 said:i think it wouldnt be difficult for you
i learn in my 2006 ex... the first day was all on freeway.... then it takes me 2 days more for city.... and by the 5th day.. i can drive in every condition...
after 3 weeks... i think im at 90% sometimes it turns off in the hills lol
youngxlos said:i learn how to drive a stick in 2 hours, in my appartment complex parking lot, in a 2000 Celica GT-S.
like they said the hardest thing is first to second, after that is cake. practise that, also praction on a hill were there is no cars, that way u wont stall or burn clutch wen you have cars behind you, practise guys is all it takes.