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Tune that changes A/T down shift sensitivity

Old 10-13-2008, 10:40 AM
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Originally Posted by paulsoo217 View Post
$700!!! for the Level 10 programmer!!??!?!?!
cheaper than a tranny swap if it fits the bill
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Old 10-14-2008, 09:57 PM
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Originally Posted by SirKnightTG View Post
Same situation for me as JimsGT. Auto is all they had left at the time! At least in the colors that I wanted. Since I had about 42K miles at the time I was looking to trade (I have like 1 or 2 K more now) the value was very hurt by that. Plus all the 08's I was looking at (which had the deals) were all 30K+ with options I didn't want. So I would have taken about a 10K loss. But, I was also only interested in the premium model like I have now. So that didn't help.

I want a stick, but I sure as heck won't take a loss like that! I can swap for a couple K which sounds a lot better.

It's amazing they sold an 09 for that low. I'm guessing it is NOT a premium and has no extra options?
Yeah, its a reality, I'm sticking w/ my auto!!! BTW the consolation is that Jim at JDM engineering made me a real kick *** custom dyno tune. My auto feels like an old school C6 w/ a shift kit..Put 'er in Drive...clunk! Slam the pedal and your neck snaps between gears with a nice tire chirp! Yeaaahhhh!!!
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