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This is a discussion on Worried about 2nd and 3rd gear in WRX within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally posted by Blackrex03 try an awd 3000 rpm "reverse launch" in a parking lot, listen for noises, write back ...

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    Originally posted by Blackrex03
    try an awd 3000 rpm "reverse launch" in a parking lot, listen for noises, write back
    Would a reverse launch use the dump method or the slip method?

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    <---- my cat doing a hawkeye impersonation!

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    I was going 45mph in reverse a week or so ago and it started smelling like burnt clutch
    Last edited by MainFrame; 11-11-2002 at 06:28 PM.

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    Originally posted by MainFrame
    I was going 45mph in reverse a week or so ago and it started smelling like burnt clutch
    Um, why were you going 45 in reverse LMFAO In a hurry??
    2005 WRX STI Black/Gold

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    hahaha.... I thought I saw some shroomz in a pasture as I drove by, so I had to slam on the brakes and back up to check

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