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Discussion in 'Just Commodores Polls' started by jonko, Jan 11, 2010.
what would you rather drive or drag
depends on what sort of racing
drags = shift kitted auto/manualised auto
circuit= manual gearbox
so cant actually vote for any of them
Regardless of number of gears or kind of racing MANUAL. A slushy might be slightly quicker in a drag car but seeing superstocks etc with manuals picking up the front wheels on each gearchange rocks.
I raced speedway last season with auto and this season i have converted to manual and even though once in race gear it stays there with the manual i have much better control and less parasitic power loss
I never race and do heaps of city driving.. rather an auto. I picked shift kit auto because why not?
The only thing about my VT I don't like is that the auto has trouble picking the right gear, i would prefer a semi auto like the falcon has for a daily.
changed to just drive now not race
Manual all the way, auto, is for lazy people
MANUAL, you are really controling the car, not just planting the foot
^^^i'm lazy so i picked auto
Around town: Std Auto
Weekend car: 4/5/6sp manual
Drags: Kitted/stalled auto (assuming I'd ever bother)
Circuit racer: 5/6sp manual.
Not fussed either way. I like the 6 speed manual, very nice to drive but i still would've bought the car if it was an auto.
oh cool i like all the votes keep em coming people
i see alot of people like 5 speeds
Around town: Auto
Weekend car: 4/5/6/7sp manual
Drags: 2sp powerglide
Circuit racer: Semi-automatic with failsafe clutch
Manual for everything (6 speed please)
i donno how to change poll so there 6 speed in there as well
5 speeds are great but if i worked in the city i'd go with standard auto for sure.
cool as ive got an auto now thinking of getting it shift kitted
silly silly poll. dunno why i voted. of course 5 speed, but if your talkin straight line 1/4 mile then shift kitted auto.
but you didnt specify, so 5 speed it is.
ok its drag race drag racing
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