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Old 27 Aug 2009, 12:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Revs rise slightly

I have noticed that when doing quickish gear changes in my Impreza 2000 Turbo W reg that the revs will raise up as I press down the clutch, it sounds as though I am slipping the clutch, however Ive never had this problem in any car before and Im pretty sure Im letting off enough and it shouldnt be doing it.

I believe it was a bit of a design in some vehicle such as modern vectra for clearing our CATs or something however Im not sure it is supposed to do it on the Impreza?

If I take my foot of the accelerator, wait about a second then press down the clutch the revs dont rise so it is as though I am slipping the clutch slightly, however Im pretty sure Im not.

Any advice, Thanks
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Old 27 Aug 2009, 02:56 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Revs rise slightly

I'm probably wrong but it may just be the inertia of your flywwheel
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