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      11-04-2012, 02:30 AM   #30
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Drives: M3 (E90) & Shelby GT350R
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MUCH easier said than done in performance/track situations, especially if you want to nail the shift exactly right (at least for me). Also if car is modded, it revs quicker, making timing even more difficult/crucial. With the sound of the engine alone in the m3, I cannot nail the exact shift point with 100% accuracy. There's a reason the shift lights in the DCT exist..this seems even more compelling for a modded manual normally-aspirated M car where shift needs to occur at redline. This steering wheel looks pretty worthwhile in terms of practical application.

Originally Posted by b0bab0i View Post
No need for shift lights in a manual tranny, just listen to the engine .