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E46 M3 (2001-2006) Engine: S54 - Max Hp: 333 hp at 7,900 rpm / 262 lb/ft at 4,900 rpm
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Old Thu, Apr-16-2009, 10:01:26 PM   #1
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I have tried many times to use the hill assist. Just cant figure it out how to. What am I doing wrong?
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Tell us what you are trying so we can figure out what you might be doing wrong?
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pull back on the left smg padel for a couple seconds. You will notice the RPM's rev higher. I think it's like 3 or 5 seconds or something like that?
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You have to be on a pretty steep hill for it to kick in. If you are not...nothing happens..
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pull back on the left smg padel for a couple seconds. You will notice the RPM's rev higher. I think it's like 3 or 5 seconds or something like that?
Do I do that when its on 1st gear on a hill?
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Do I do that when its on 1st gear on a hill?
yup or reverse. Just come to a complete stop in 1st or Reverse on a hill, pull back just the left one for a few seconds and you're RPM's will rev up to 1200-1500 (around there)
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it not recomended i herd about this befor it hard on your clutch, im just quick to the gas and give it enough,
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it not recomended i herd about this befor it hard on your clutch, im just quick to the gas and give it enough,
if it's not reccomended, why would they have that as an option on the smg? Hill assist is fine. They wouldn't have it on the car if it did damage. It's exactly like a MT car. Nothing wrong with it. I can see if it reved up to 5k or something crazy like that. Remember, when you start the car on a cold start, it's roughly over 1k rpm's
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Thanks^^ Now can you tell me how to activate burnout mode instead of launch mode? thx
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you quickly depress the pedal to the flour. While launch mode you slowly put it to the floor, im not a mechanic same place i read about the burnout mode, i read it is hard like launching is hard, but comes with the car. It was some smg instructions manual on this forum sorry i cant be more specific it was very help full
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