Welcome to Subaru.Well 1 to 2nd seems really jerky , i try to finesse it , but i always seem to still get that little jerk at the end, especialy when flooring it and shifting fast.. is there a way to get past this? Would i need a new clutch or what, thanks for the help
Not to mention the damage you were inflicting on your poor clutch Sitting properly is still hard for me though i kinda like the gangsta leanwell i used to drive with my seat reclined back (gangstuh lean!) and pretty far away from the pedals. (why? who knows) but i moved my seat up A LOT and it really improved with my shifting. probably because i can fully press down on the clutch to engage it rather than barely touching it.
haha me too. i still have my seat reclined back a little because if its too straight it hurts my back. but i think the most important thing is having the proper distance from the pedalsNot to mention the damage you were inflicting on your poor clutch Sitting properly is still hard for me though i kinda like the gangsta lean
Don't mean to be thread jackin' but that is the best advice you could give. The rezn I have a subie now is due to a major accident in my tC. I was told by many ppl that the distance I sat from the steering wheel kept me from havin' major injury, the only probs. I had was a hurt ego and a cpl of scratches from the extremely bent keys in the ignition.pause a moment between shifts - eventually you'll learn the amount of time needed to revmatch the gear
use a bit of slip on your gear changes
Proper seating position is important, I mean, if you're struggling to reach the pedals... that's no good. However, I'd recommend keeping a safe distance from the airbag in the steering wheel.