Re: Selespeed, to be neutral or not to be neutral?
Mine drops to neutral after about a min and I'm sure it does it even if I have the pedal (brake) pressed down. I'll have to investigate and get back to you.
And for reference, the selespeed system is indeed an ordinary gearbox, it's just that instead of conventional selectors it uses an actuator system controlled by software instead.
I'm sure that it will wear out the release bearing, but I think the system should allow a clutch to last a lot longer than a manual car as the cluth control will be more consistant and less easy to ruin by sloppy driving style. Just a thought
< Rob >
Spider 2.0 TS 1997
156 2.0 TS Selespeed 1999 (now sold)
147 2.0 TS Lusso 2002