Ok. I have to disagree with Andy on this one. I initally thought this to be true, but now I have the opposite theory with the clutch. I have found when I set the clutch to engage earlier (at lower RPM) the car has less punch coming out of the turns. Because of this, I not only get into the throttle earlier, but I pull the trigger harder. I end up using more fuel with it set that way. I find the the gearing and shift point to be able to make a bigger difference in fuel economy. Taller gearing and an earlier shift point can save some fuel. I think the best adjustment you can make to save fuel is the way you drive the car. I think smooth throttle control and smooth driving will save more gas than any adjustments to the clutch and transmission.
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