I guess that Zetec guy doesnt realize he's in a PZEV forum and if h's shifting his Zetec at 5500 than he doesnt know how to drive. If you at the track lower you air pressure to 18-20lbs and launch at 2,000 if you go any higher you'll get too much wheel spin this motor has alot of torque, and shift as quck as possible 1-2 at 6,500 or as close as possible without hitting the limiter and power shift 2-3 at about the same and hold on to 3rd through the traps thats all you need. Now if you are stock than shift the same in first and about 6,250 2-3 and you can launch at about 2,500 and dont just dump the clutch feather it out quickly it takes practice. Got a 2.2 60' with the stock P6's this way good luckdudemanzx3 said:with a pzev?
what exactly is a power shift, i have heard it used before but i never knew what it was, so i was wondering if anyone out there could help me out. thanks.0103VENOM said:shift as quck as possible 1-2 at 6,500 or as close as possible without hitting the limiter and power shift 2-3 at about the same
Redline.dudemanzx3 said:When is the best time to shift if your racing? (at what rpm?)
In a few situations:dudemanzx3 said:also, is it a good idea to double clutch in a pzev?
Also called board-shifting.. someone should also mention the clutch wear associated with this technique.eggyolk said:power shift = leave the throttle floored and shift without lifting it up
I don't find it that hard, but I'm pretty coordinated, 2 friends I have can't do it to save their life. I can't figure out why... then again people miss-shift and I can't figure that out either.