How manual gearbox work?
The process of the gear is as follows:
– With the car at a standstill, the clutch is depressed.
– When you press the clutch pedal, release bearing presses against the diaphragm spring that releases the hold of the clutch disc between the pressure plate and flywheel. The engine and gearbox and are not directly related.
– The first gear is selected by moving the lever of change in place, forcing selector fork to engage the neck between the first and second gear into first gear.
– While applying light gas, clutch is gently released from left foot while the right foot, apply the throttle until the clutch is fully released. Now the car is in first gear (and movement) and the engine and transmission are totally connected.
– The process is repeated to change gears. Right foot off the gas, while simultaneously pressing the left foot to release the clutch. The selector lever to the second position, pulling the collar of first and engage the next gear. The accelerator is applied as the clutch released, the ideal engine speed transfer rate, so that you have a smooth transition. The process continues until the last gear.
– When the car stops, the clutch, shift into the center / neutral, then release the clutch. The best practice is to leave the car in neutral,
What are the advantages of a manual gearbox?
Besides the fact that it is the most fun to drive. Take a look why manual transmissions are one of the best. The benefits are numerous:
Ultimately, simple solution to solve the problem is always better. In this case, manual transmissions are often easier to work with, easier to design and manufacture, and often have fewer elements could fault if something goes wrong.
Less complexity and less material leading to lower cost. This is a victory for the consumer who is smart with both his / her feet, and manual vehicles are often much cheaper to buy than their automatic counterparts.