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View Poll Results: Paddle shifters, what say you ??
No, my vehicle(s) do not have paddle shifters 18 32.73%
I don't have paddle shifters but wish I did 1 1.82%
I have them but don't use them 6 10.91%
Yes, on the steering wheel, and at least occasionally used 7 12.73%
Yes, on the steering column, and at least occasionally used 2 3.64%
Irrelevant to my car buying considerations 21 38.18%
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Old 07-17-2017, 07:38 PM
Dwight Dwight is offline
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...... it's about being in the right gear going into and coming out of the corners.
exactly, that's why I shift like I'm rowing a boat.
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Old 07-17-2017, 07:38 PM
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I have paddle shifters on both of my cars. I prefer to use the "manual stick" even though both cars are automatic but with manual mode. I learned to drive in a car that had a manual stick shift so I like it that way. The paddle shifters on one of my cars is not easy to get to when I am turning the steering wheel cus it's small.
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