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  1. lexusis250 is offline Rusted Banger
    Location: MA
    Posts: 52

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    Default No manual Transmission??

    i heard there wasn't any manual transmission in the game? Is that true?

  2. Nauraushaun is offline Hot Hatch
    Location: Australia
    Posts: 130

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    Default Re: No manual Transmission??

    There isn't one in the PSP version.

  3. lexusis250 is offline Rusted Banger
    Location: MA
    Posts: 52

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    Default Re: No manual Transmission??

    Quote Originally Posted by Nauraushaun »
    There isn't one in the PSP version.
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    what about on the PS2?

  4. Nauraushaun is offline Hot Hatch
    Location: Australia
    Posts: 130

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    Default Re: No manual Transmission??

    There could be.

  5. jakyboy is offline pie is yum
    Location: Moe
    Posts: 100

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    Default Re: No manual Transmission??

    I dont think there is cause i have it. On the interior view the guy shifts gears but thre is no manual only automatic. im sure of it. And I also read it on wikipedia.

  6. BrooklynGT is offline Just a Skidmark
    Location: Brooklyn,NY
    Posts: 18

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    Default Re: No manual Transmission??

    cant believe everything you see on wikipedia, but there is no manual on ps2.

  7. Nauraushaun is offline Hot Hatch
    Location: Australia
    Posts: 130

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    Default Re: No manual Transmission??

    It's usually pretty acurate, despite the fact that it can get edited by anyone.

  8. jakyboy is offline pie is yum
    Location: Moe
    Posts: 100

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    Default Re: No manual Transmission??

    yep and i saw somethin on there, they made a mistake and i edited it cause the person who wrote it was stupid
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