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Most of these things are applicable to any car.
Engine braking isn't compulsory, but it does improve fuel consumption and reduce overall stress on brakes, particularly in a downhill section.-how to properly engine brake (rev match like normal, or avoid it altogether)
If you mean "tip-in" as in "tip-in enrichment," that's not a phrase that should be in the average driver's vocabulary. What do you think you are asking here?-what is "tip in" and how you do it
I also don't understand this question. If I take it at face-value, my answer would be "when you want to accelerate."-when to get on the throttle and get into boost
Not trying to be a dick, but my answer to your question is "the speed limit or the flow of traffic"-proper speed for coasting highway driving (I usually stay between 80-85mph on the highway)
For your car, 45-55mph in top gear will net the best fuel economy. Between 55 and 70mph the economy will slightly diminish and above 70mph the economy will sharply reduce.-optimal engine speed for fuel economy
NEVER stab at the throttle, particularly below 3000 rpm. Slowly roll-on.-how to properly do a 3rd gear pull (do you mash the throttle to the floor at 2500rpm, or gradually push the pedal in)