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Old 06-12-2012, 01:51 PM   #1
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Auto to t45 swap

Is this worth it? Or should I just mod my 03 and just transfer the mods over to a 04 manual later on if I get a 04 later after college
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I'd keep the auto
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Old 06-12-2012, 02:08 PM   #3
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No when it gets too old though is what I'm saying
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If what gets to old I'm not following sorry
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The t45 swap is very costly and if you don't have experience with these swaps it will cost you even more , if you want a manual you are better off buying a manual car! Not only will you need all the parts but also the ECM from a manual car! Do you plan on supercharging?
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The t45 swap is very costly and if you don't have experience with these swaps it will cost you even more , if you want a manual you are better off buying a manual car! Not only will you need all the parts but also the ECM from a manual car! Do you plan on supercharging?
I never said I planed on changing if u read my post it said "is it worth it to swap" "or should I just get a manual for my next car and transfer over mods" which u answered just to in depth :p but yeah it is easier to get a new car
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I never said I planed on changing if u read my post it said "is it worth it to swap" "or should I just get a manual for my next car and transfer over mods" which u answered just to in depth :p but yeah it is easier to get a new car
Excuse me! Was trying to be helpful that's all , usually if I ask a question and someone just says no its not worth it I would want to know why, was my response detailed? Yes! I just don't like to give a statement without a reason ! You don't learn anything that way
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didnt u want a 05+ up ?
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Old 06-12-2012, 06:07 PM   #9
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Yeah but it all depends on how much I put into this car I may not want to start from scratch again
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I'd say keep moding your car (keeping stock parts) then when your ready return yours to stock then buy another one that's a manual that way it saves money doing the same exact mods to the new car you buy as long as parts fit lol
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