as long as you don't rev too high or too low, you should be fine
i will kinda keep my revs at low 1000's and disengage the clutch..... if the engine drops a little, thats completely fine... you will be able to feel it is the rpms are too low or if you aren't giving enough gas
everyone has a different technique so if you keep the rpms between 1000-1500 when disengaging the clutch, you'll be fine
PS... your m3 has a different and probably newer clutch.... therefore it is probably a little harder to get used to...
new clutches definitely "pop" into gear quick.... i drove a brand new 325i and that clutch had no play in it what so ever....... grabbed right away
always use the gas when in first.... there are some cases where i don't use the gas (maybe going downhill) but the engine always boggs out a little bit
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