mtxbird
how stupid could u be.how could she take off she had to use the clutch so why thik its a automatic

http://www.autoblog.nl/archive/2006/10/21/vrouwen-aan-het-roer-deel-2
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AudioRoach
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Originally posted by mtxbird:
how stupid could u be.how could she take off she had to use the clutch so why thik its a automatic http://www.autoblog.nl/archive/2006/10/21/vrouwen-aan-het-roer-deel-2
Not intirely true. There are some cars that are "clutchless" manuals that all clutch work is done by computer,you just shift by levels or paddles...think of it as an autostick.

I hope she elected the optional insurance
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Blaze Placid
i dont see how it caught fire

the cluth should wear out but not catch fire
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mtxbird
ahhhh i forgot about those.but would they have those as rental cars.


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Originally posted by mtxbird:
how stupid could u be.how could she take off she had to use the clutch so why thik its a automatic http://www.autoblog.nl/archive/2006/10/21/vrouwen-aan-het-roer-deel-2
Not intirely true. There are some cars that are "clutchless" manuals that all clutch work is done by computer,you just shift by levels or paddles...think of it as an autostick.

I hope she elected the optional insurance
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ss454
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Originally posted by mtxbird:
how stupid could u be.how could she take off she had to use the clutch so why thik its a automatic http://www.autoblog.nl/archive/2006/10/21/vrouwen-aan-het-roer-deel-2
Not intirely true. There are some cars that are "clutchless" manuals that all clutch work is done by computer,you just shift by levels or paddles...think of it as an autostick.

I hope she elected the optional insurance
How does that make sense??? She had to press in the clutch to start it, then put it in gear and let out on the clutch to get it moving...I'm calling BS on this one. Looks like an engine fire caused all that damage and driving in first gear that far would have overheated the clutch first. Notice the damage is to the top of the engine and the side? Doesn't look like an overheated engine to me...
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mtxbird
my brother sent it to me.i also thought it was bs first of all with the clutch.but the way the engine melted im sure it would get hot.but that just straight up looks like a fire.ive made my exaust cherry red(gotta love boost) many times.but the motor never got hot enough to melt anything
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AudioRoach
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Originally posted by mtxbird:
how stupid could u be.how could she take off she had to use the clutch so why thik its a automatic http://www.autoblog.nl/archive/2006/10/21/vrouwen-aan-het-roer-deel-2
Not intirely true. There are some cars that are "clutchless" manuals that all clutch work is done by computer,you just shift by levels or paddles...think of it as an autostick.

I hope she elected the optional insurance
How does that make sense??? She had to press in the clutch to start it, then put it in gear and let out on the clutch to get it moving...I'm calling BS on this one. Looks like an engine fire caused all that damage and driving in first gear that far would have overheated the clutch first. Notice the damage is to the top of the engine and the side? Doesn't look like an overheated engine to me...
Yea of little faith . Do a 'lil reasearch,"clutchless" manuals are gaining in popularity in Europe. They are in quite a few cars (Ferrari,BMW,Volvo,Audi,VW,Ford,etc).
Many are set up like autos (PRN1-6 or PRN +/- ).
Clutch work is done by servos.
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