|[#1] + -波
換咗架車有呔盤+ -波, 請問揸法有無竅妙, 又有人講唔好用+ -咁多, 波箱好易瓜, 請高手指教一下, 多謝.
最後修改時間: 2011-05-27 22:52:30
|[#2] + -波
都係 D 波走天涯
|[#3] + -波
又有人講唔好用+ -咁多, 波箱好易瓜
除非你日日當架車係賽車咁揸. 正常用冇事. 扒頭, 錠彎時用. 想練習拖波就去石奧道，大帽山玩
最後修改時間: 2011-05-28 08:16:56
|[#4] + -波
i only use +/- on motorway to lock gearbox at 6th and only down to 5th when i really need it. otherwise the car can will swift to 5th even on slight slope. the other reason is for emergency down swift braking.
|[#5] + -波
I think it all depends on what +/- mechanism and which car you are driving.
While many modern cars comes with +/- shift the mechanisms behind it can be very different. From my limited knowledge even for the same car maker has different gearbox design.
In the case of Audi (which I know a little more), the details behind the +/- is drastically different behind a multitronic, tiptronic, R-tronic and S-Tronic (i.e. DSG). I have the priviledge of trying all of them and would say they perform differently.
In general, as long as you respect the rev. limit there should be no adverse effect if you use manual +/- frequently. But if you use to rev high in 4th gear and want to downshift to 3rd or 2nd less experience people will let the engine protection to kick-in and intervene. This is not desirable. So, some basic knowledge of driving a real manual "stick" shift will help to manage the +/- better.
In more recent designs, the D-shift is getting very intelligent so the need to switch to +/- is not really critical in normal daily commute. It is there if you want to have some fun in winding roads, or what to over-take aggressively, or have better control of engine speed.
最後修改時間: 2011-05-29 12:31:20
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