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  1. It's about the role the synchro plays in smoothing out the gear change. If it's worn, it can cause a crunch/grind when changing gears using the clutch. When you remove the clutch from the equation, the shift must be perfectly rev matched or else the driver will be unable to select the gear. If the crunch/grind is not present, you can fairly estimate that the synchro is worn and that the gears themselves are working OK. If the crunch/grind is still present, even without using the clutch and perfectly rev matching, then the gear itself is likely damaged.
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  2. It was probably deleted by admin, because, much like myself and a number of others in the wider Porsche and car community, we’re all a bit fed up of Jeremy’s opinions and his uncanny ability to create havoc on whichever forum or platform he chooses to land on.
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