G27 neutral

Discussion in 'GT6 Drifting' started by Xxn0skiiizxX, Jan 27, 2016.

  1. Xxn0skiiizxX

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    Hey

    So i bought a G27 and i am having issues drifting. when i am in High RPM in a corner i press the clutch and shift very fastly but it always ends up in neutral. i shif the same way i do in straights and than it does properly ****
     
  2. Xxn0skiiizxX

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    Anyone?
     
  3. Sick Cylinder

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    The clutch must be fully depressed and the throttle fully off for the shift to work in GT6 - try doing it more slowly and then build up speed.
     
  4. Xxn0skiiizxX

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    i tryed that in drifts but my car straightens than. should i enter a drift in a higher gear than?
     
  5. Sick Cylinder

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    Sorry - I have experience with the clutch and H shifter in GT6, but I am rubbish at drifting! I guess you would need to adjust your gearing so that you can hold on to that gear for the duration of the corner.
     
  6. Xxn0skiiizxX

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    is there any tutorial for that?
     
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  7. Sick Cylinder

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  8. Bleached

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    If you hit the rev limiter with the clutch in, the next gear will not engage and will stay in neutral.
     
  9. Xxn0skiiizxX

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    one off topic question. my g 27 clutch does not work in all cars. how can i see if it will work or wont before take it to the track to try it out?
    Thxx for the tip btw
     
  10. eran0004

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    If your engine delivers enough torque, yes. But if it's a low torque engine you may have to stay near peak power to get enough wheel torque.
     
  11. Isho

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    It doesnt work for any standard car on the custom transmission.
     
  12. Xxn0skiiizxX

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    u mean with transmission the gears?
     
  13. Isho

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    The reason your clutch does not work is because the car might be standard. You cant use the clutch when you equip customizable transmission on those cars.
     
  14. cjr3559

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    What car(s) are you driving?
     
  15. purplepeople

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    Cars with no interior (standard cars) can't have custom gear boxes. Usually the stock/5spd/6spd transmissions will do just fine in these cars. (For example: Mk4 Supra, 240sx, BMW M3, etc.)

    As for your "neutral in a drift" problem, try to either start in a higher gear, adjust the gearing if you can use a custom box or use a combo of the handbrake and shifting smoothly. Practice makes perfect.

    Here's a tip: when using a standard car, mess around with the power and transmission combo.
    Also, more often than not you don't need over 600hp, especially if you're using the full 900' and a clutch.