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Old 03-10-2012, 08:18 AM   #11  
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Originally Posted by Js88lx View Post
i no., i no.., but it wouldnt be my 1st time converting to a 5spd but i would hate to add all the mods for the tranplant so i might just leave it be and buy a 5spd gt down the road!

but my gas pedal is stiff *** hek,,,. i took off the tv cable on the throttle boddy and then my pedal was very soft!! I actually felt more of a gain in response (daahh) ,,, so in other words i feel like im driving my moms rav4..!
I wouldn't leave that TV cable off you will absolutely fry the s**t out of it!
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Old 03-10-2012, 07:17 PM   #12  
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nahhh.., i would NEVER drive without my tv cable off i meant what i did but i just did it when car was idling not moving!!
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