Originally Posted by Needless!
i love my seq and wouldnt go non seq. just go single is you like how the non seq feel.
Same here, it was designed by Mazda engineers to maximise the potential of the rotary for racing around corners. My good friend just proved that point a few months ago, his was sequential and just pulled away from other FD's that were non-sequential or single turbo on winding roads.
The non-sequential FD could not spool up enough for taking the turns as a sequential nor could the single turbo that spin the tires from too much boost. My sequential FD was the only one keeping up with his 94 FD, doing over 50mph on sharp corners...was'nt sure of the exact speed, too busy looking ahead for the next turn...can't beat iit.