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How much should i rev be4 i need to change gear

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You could say, as a rough estimate, 2500-3000 RPM is probably the most you should rev the engine in a 323.




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This is a hard quetion as different driving style will need different rev before gear changing. Probably the best way to do is to get yourself used to the car and the road as well and try to drive accordingly.
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