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This is a discussion on Shifting for speed within the Transmission & AWD forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I dont believe I have ever heard someone describe turbo lag as the fall off in boost between shifting.........

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    Registered User ITS-STI's Avatar
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    I dont believe I have ever heard someone describe turbo lag as the fall off in boost between shifting......

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    this^ If I am really trying to go fast so such as on drag strip I'll shift at about 6k and keep my right foot on the floor

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    Shifting FAQ: Read if you are new to AWD or a MT - NASIOC

    There's some good techniques listed in here. Not just beginner stuff.

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    Just learn to shift properly.

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