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If it was an accurate review you'd be sticking with the automatic gears and driving in a UK map, not in SF. Rolling Eyes
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The coil springs as you put it are always rock hard in MM2 unless you make it squigy, in which case the whole bus wallows about. Besides, last time I checked no bus in real life will react very smoothly to a sudden change in gradient... as I know all too well after being thrown out of my seat when a Javelin smacked its arse on the ground. Oh, and all the other times.
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Busdude666 wrote:
thenthornthing wrote:
If it was an accurate review you'd be sticking with the automatic gears and driving in a UK map, not in SF. Rolling Eyes
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I wasn't going to use that clip in the video; that specific clip was going to be used for a Cruise video. Anyway, I am going to get obsessed with Fallout 3. Bye for now Smile
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Does it matter? At least he tried to make a review, all he wants to do is share with us what he has done - some of us do like some of our work to be appreciated you know.

It's no wonder us 'bus folk' get bad mouthed when all we do is complain about every little detail. Nothing's perfect so get the hell used to it.

Tom, nice vid, the way you used those gears was quite good to be honest with you. Wink
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Luigi!?! wrote:
Nothing's perfect


But we can try Mr. Green
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Well of course nothings perfect, More so when a Northerner`s had something to do with it! Twisted Evil
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For fuck's sake, this is what I'm talking about.

Forget it, I give up.
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touché much?
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Alright, fair enough. I apologise for complaining. It's a good review. Wink

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Can drive most dart autos manually, So there's no problem really
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Does this one?

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Yep they do.
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Fair enough. Smile
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4 speed transmission, gear positions are 1 2 3 D N R... so you can basically do the whole thing manually through every single gear, yes. Only thing you can't do is switch from 3rd to 4th sooner than the transmission would switch to it itself as it'd be in the Drive position.
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Most Alison gearbox's have handles to change the gear up & down whenever you want, that's the beauty with them.
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