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      08-16-2010, 03:21 AM   #67
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I do agree SMG would be faster going straight from 6 to 4 than DCT would be going from 6 to 5 to 4. One thing that may very well be true is, because SMG is a slower system, it could be easier to get the double paddle pull in quick enough for it to register as one shift than it is with DCT.
It seems to me that with closed throttle the DCT executes a double click downshift as a single quick shift (in D4)....while with open throttle it makes two separate downshifts....but even in this case the overall time without drive is shorter than in an SMG M3 (IMO).
I don't think I've ever tried the left paddle kickdown mode.
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