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If it has a soft start, it has to be mechanical. Maybe in the gear box.
There is a very big difference between a soft start arrangement and a variable speed control input circuit. I am talking about a system that allows driving at a lower speed, NOT a system that is an OFF/ON control with a ramp up to max speed. Slowing for turns is a reflex that a variable speed drive allows. That was accomplished by means of a variable speed control module and a variable hand-throttle control, like on a motorcycle.Post No2 !
speed control instead of a "firing pin" like some dragsters.
You are again so full of it. Anyone who has ever been around any type of high performance cars, bikes or any other racing, can see you never have been.That is a routine description of trying to throttle a super nigh performance engine just off of idle. If you ever get a chance to drive a car like that you will understand what I mean.
It is always made as a joke sort of comment. As in "that car does not have a gas pedal, it has a firing pin!" And I have ridden in a "7 second" car that a friend was driving on the streets and the comparison is reasonable. So quite complaining, the remark is always in humor, not as technical description.You are again so full of it. Anyone who has ever been around any type of high performance cars, bikes or any other racing, can see you never have been.
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