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anyone know of any good pedals to make heel toe shifting easier? am i just that lame or is it hard in the celica. the pedal heights are too different and makes it hard.
 

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My Sixth Gear said:
why are heel toe shifting for.. kinda pointless for daily driving
Heel-toe shifting is for circuit comp. or drifting. Not for daily driving unless you're just a moron and think it makes you cool to do that all the way during your morning commute :wtf:
 

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Originally posted by My Sixth Gear
why are heel toe shifting for.. kinda pointless for daily driving
Originally posted by aerospike2002
Heel-toe shifting is for circuit comp. or drifting. Not for daily driving unless you're just a moron and think it makes you cool to do that all the way during your morning commute :wtf:
Practice makes perfect.
 

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Originally posted by andrews
your just lame
That would be: "you're." ;)

Originally posted by SLOWICA
These are the pedals I use, they have adjustable brake and accelerator pedals...
Niiiiiice.... I know what my next pedals are going to be!! :drool: Know what Razo part# they are?

And, back on topic, yeah... heel/toe shifting is just hard and takes a lot of practice.
 

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try sitting a little bit on your left hip, not so much that your uncomfortable, but enough so that you dont have to twist your knee/ankle that much untill you get the flexibility & coordination down.

I found the gt-s pedals a bit more difficult to heel toe (at first) due to the gas pedal height not being the same height as the brake pedal.

also if you ever need to use a 1st gear turn and have to gear down under hard breaking heel toe is the only way to get it in because you have to rev match to get it in gear in 1st at higher rpms, very helpful on auto x ;)
 
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