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How Manual Transmissions Work [How it works]
posted January 27 2014 3:48.19 by spic0m




Cars and motorcycles of today are equipped with efficient manual or automatic transmissions. This animation explains manual transmissions.

Contents
1) Basic principle of manual transmissions
2) 2-speed manual transmission
3) Gear ratio
4) Shifting gears
5) Synchronized manual transmission
6) 4-speed manual transmission
7) Input shaft, countershaft and output shaft
8) Friction clutch
9) H-pattern for manual transmission



[Link: Thomas Schwenke]
 
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