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Paddle shifters, how do they work?
#21 Posted: Tuesday, June 21, 2011 8:39:47 PM
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Before one of the Pflug brothers start quoting Rudy, I will say that this thread was originally supposed to be about paddle shifters. Thanks to soccermom for keeping these streets clean, so I don't have to. As for the rest of you jokers, nobody puts 'RayKnowlds' in a corner.
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#22 Posted: Thursday, June 23, 2011 1:30:32 PM
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So can any car have paddle shifters? Are they legal in rally racing or other sanctioned races? Seems too easy if you ask me.
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#23 Posted: Thursday, June 23, 2011 1:35:32 PM
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Carl Ocate wrote:
So can any car have paddle shifters? Are they legal in rally racing or other sanctioned races? Seems too easy if you ask me.


I know they have them in cars ranging from Camrys to Ferraris so I'd imagine you could hypothetically put them in any car you wanted provided they could support the transmission required for the paddle shifters. As for racing I think they might be a in a few formula one cars or at least have been used in F1 cars in the past.
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