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However, in average the wait times should be okay if you do the gear changes on the 111 as instructed in the manual: Throttle up, get to 15 mph, zero throttle. Wait for RPM to fall below yellow zone, switch to 2nd gear, wait a couple of seconds. Throttle up, get to 25 mph. Zero throttle again, wait for RPM to drop, change up to 3rd, wait another 2 seconds. Repeat that process when you reach 40 mph and you'll finally be in fourth gear. Run the car like this and it'll take you a lot longer to get from A to B. It's also more challenging and entertaining.