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      03-07-2012, 04:15 PM   #14
e92_m3
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Originally Posted by Z K View Post
The LFA uses a single clutch transmission which makes it shift slower than a twin clutch transmission and has more of a "kick" when shifting to give it a more analog feel.
Now I know why it sounds like your driving a manual. With that said, can you say that the LFA's tranny is a generation behind the M3 since the M3 uses a dual clutch mechanism on the DCT?

If you have driven a DCT equipped M3, how does it compare to the LFA's tranny in terms of feel and driveablilty around the track?

Don't get me wrong, I LOVE the way the LFA shifts man. There's that slight pause that occurs that makes it sound like a manual which I really love.
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