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Check out this link HERE.
For a good explanation of heel/toe driving.

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greenbullitt: I also lift my whole foot off the gas to the brake. Hubby uses the heel-toe method. Maybe the guys with the bigger feet it works better? :???: In fact, we had left the plastic on the floor mats for awhile to help prreserve them and when we took them off last week (for the show) the driver's side had a hole where his heel goes!

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Quicky: Heel-Toe is blipping the throttle while braking to match the revs of the engine to the transmission. It keeps the car from lurching and becoming unbalanced (and spinning) while at the limit.
 

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If someone has a better server (BullittClub?) be my guest to grab it.
 

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Blakwing-
Thanks for that link, awesome. I still wish I had my old truck to practice with...I'm not ready to abuse the bullitt quite yet. And I'm sure I would be abusing it severly while practicing! Thanks again.
 

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I used to do it all the time in my Ranger.. I've only done it a couple times in the Bulitt so far. Here's how the theory goes.. (I believe. someone correct me if I'm wrong)..
Put your car into first gear and take off.. Rev it a little higher (not much) than you normally would.. then pull the shifter into neutral without the clutch.. then keep a good amount of pressure on the stick like you are going to shift and hold the pressure there... When the engine speed and tranny speed match the shifter will just "fall" into gear. Downshifting is a little more tricky as you have to be quick and rev up the engine in Neutral to get the revs up so the engine and tranny will match speeds.
 

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i 've done it ( no clutch) but not in many, MANY years!
it would make me WAY TOO nervous to try in my Bullitt.
 

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Thanks for the clips. They took a while to download, but they we worth it.
Thanks
 

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What causes the synchro wear?
 

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the 3650 is basically a T45. Trust me when I tell all of you the T45 is a piece of $hit. Use the clutch and no powershifting, unless you like dealing with a service manager or have an extra wad to drop on a tranny.
 
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