Like maybe 7800 on the tach, i go by sound mostly, but i do glance at the tach.not bad buddy and your launch was decent as well minimal wheel spin what are you shifting at???
i hope that you didnt do all that the first day you got your new clutch.
Looks fine to me, no grinding and it seems smooth and not jumpy like clutch noobs lol
but I do have to point out STOP SHIFTING LIKE THAT!!! lol that's exactly what caused me to mis-shift from 3rd to 2nd instead of 4th. 1st to 2nd looks find but going to 3rd and then from 3rd to 4th needs to change. You need to flip your hand so your thumb is facing down and pull back from 3rd to 4th that way, otherwise you face the risk of pulling it from 3rd into 2nd instead of 4th. Just to save you some bent valves I figured you should know
Here are some pics to show you what I mean: http://www.shortshifter.com/techniques2.htm
Thanks man, im workin on it. Im definately improving from my clutch drops, insane wheel hop and falling out of VTEC in my 1-2 shiftWhen shifting, don't remove your foot off the throttle, keep it on it or about half way. This will help you keep your revs up. Also it'll aid in learning how to powershift.
Also, you don't need to engage the clutch when pulling out of gear, for example. When shifting from 1st-2nd. Before you even press the clutch in, you should already be pulling the gear out. Thus when you're at the bottom of the pedal travel, you'll already be in gear etc etc...
But good... work out the wheel hop!!!
It just has an intake and axle back exhaust.I don't know what all you've done but I'd recommend stiffer engine mounts, maybe a torque link or you can switch out your radius rod bushings with nylon.