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What is Rev Matching and how it can benefit you

You might have heard of the term ‘Rev Matching’ when talking about driving cars with manual transmissions. What is it? Why is it necessary to rev match? And what are the benefits of rev matching? What happens if you don’t rev match?

Jason Fenske from Engineering Explained explains how it works whilst driving a 2016 Nissan 370Z, which features automatic down-shift rev-matching.

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