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  1. I agree with you whole heartedly. Frankly, for most of the people and considering their need & use, Tip is very good but web anonymity allows everyone to come across as the extremist Prosche driver doing nothing but laps on the track where manual shifting may have more predictability & control vs Tip. Tracks runs are not the only reality (even here the Turbo Tip is making manual old news). Porsche cars are an equal enjoyment on the regular road as they are on the tracks and driving on the regular road, I would say that Tip has an advantage over the manual. I would rather keep bot
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