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Auto Clutch On / Off different ??

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa' started by LazyBug, Dec 24, 2013.

  1. LazyBug

    LazyBug

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    I wonder whats the different between Auto Clutch On / Off because i dont see any different myself when shifting up or down, i found that i can just shift the same way no matter hold or release throttle when shifting.

    Stock DFGT here. Thanks for the concern.
     
  2. Gijs van Elderen

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    With SQ in modern racecar! Lol



    There will be a difference with a manual H-shifter.
     
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  3. RaceNut

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    I have always liked the option to have a "Semi-Automatic" clutch where the clutch pedal still works but, also allows for mistakes when trying to learn or refine the heel/toe technique.
     
  4. Marian Zelenka

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    Auto clutch can kick in in very slow corners which is pretty annoying. I disabled it and still dip clutch when I need it. Like in that very slow Vallelunga corner in Formula Abarth. I think it even rotates the car better and has to do something with differential.

    It should also prevent from stalling the engine, but you can't stall it right now anyway.
     
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  5. Kevin Huang

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    Even for manual H-shifter, clutch padel only works when you shift N to 1st gear, after that, I don't see I need to press down clutch padel while shifting.
     
  6. Qazdar Karim

    Qazdar Karim

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    DFGT has no clutch,that's why you don't see a difference !