My M6 does the clunk thing. I have a hard time accepting it as "normal"
Saying "...every six-speed I've had does it..." doesn't make it right. It's lame-ass engineering.
NONE, I repeat NONE, of my other manual transmission cars--of different makes--Corvette included, did this. But then, none of them had 6-speed transmissions. This is not progress, but stepping backward. How is it cars from the 60's 70's and 80's can be manufactured without this clunk, but today's computerized modern marvels can't?
I don't get it and guess I never will.
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