Rev match like the new Bullit?

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    I couldn't help but notice that the new Bullit has rev matching. Is there any way at all that a manual S550 non-Bullit can have that programmed into it? Specifically the 2015-2017 model.

    If so, I'd be all over it.
     
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    It’s for newbs.........Steve McQueen didn’t need no stinkin rev match! :headbang:
     
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    #3 Nexus, Jul 10, 2018
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    Rev Matching is standard on all 2019 5L manual transmission cars.

    (edit, that could have been misleading)
     
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    highly doubt its just a software update so I doubt it
     
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    I have 14 inch long feet... Impossible to toe heel consistently with this car. I doubt Steve McQueen had that problem.
     
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    Could you explain this at all kind sir/maam?
     
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    I'm also interested in this. I drove a Corvette that had auto rev matching and it was magical.
     
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    It will be standard on the 2019 GT manuals:cheers:
     
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    It's right in the order guide (attached pic)
    All 2019 5L's with Manual transmission have this feature.
    It's not a Bullitt only feature. It can also be toggled on/off in the settings.

    2019s replace the digital RPM gauge that the 18s had with a digital gear gauge.
    [ame=""] Skip forward to 7:35 to see this in action. RevMatch.JPG
     
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    Now that Im driving with ARM I love it, takes a second to get used to it but then bang its awesomesauce
     
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    That's offensive to us heel/toers. Real heeltoers can twist that ankle, threshold brake and blip the throttle all at once. Stuff's too damn easy these days.
     
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    It's way too hard to H/T on the street in this car. Brake pedal is simply too high, you're putting yourself and passengers through the windscreen trying to do it on the street lol

    On the track it's a piece of piss
     
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    The right pedals make it possible. SRP with the wide option.
     
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    i was going to wait to get a 19 just for this feature. I use to have no problem heel/toe, but jumping out of planes with a ton of gear ruined my knees but mainly my ankles, especially my right, with my ST i was able to buy a spacer that moved the pedal closer to the brake, the spacers i found for the mustang just lifts it a little and i still dont have enough movement to properly do it. I drove a friends 1LE and fell in love instantly with the autoblip. Most aftermarket devices are no where near as smooth as the facotry programming. Weird that tuning on a FRS will give you autoblip feature but not on a GT.. hopefully one day someone will figure out the programming and sensors and able to fit it like they do the digital dash and all
     
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    Hallelujah!:clap2:
     
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    I have their pedals as well and IMO they are great.
     
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    I don't get twisting the ankle, it's not necessary. You brake with the ball of your foot, and blip the throttle with the right side of your foot. It's really easy.

    "Heel and toe" is something that youtubiots have taken literally, when it never meant to actually use your heel and toe, cranking your ankle/foot around.

    You do this;
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    NOT this;
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    It's been discussed here a lot over the past months, but it's more than simple programming. There has to be additional sensors within the transmission housing so that the engine knows the selected gear and can hold RPM accordingly.



    FYI - not just a Bullitt feature - it'll be standard on all 2019 6MTs.
     
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    The instructors at Ford Racing School encouraged the second method. I find it easier to do it the way you say, though.

    Just telling you it's not so cut and dried. :cheers:
     
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