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Old 07-30-2012, 09:36 AM   #36
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I also wanted a manual when I was looking for a Mustang, but couldn't pass the one I found up. Unfortunately it was auto, but I figured it was a sign. Yes, I regret pursuing stick, but in the long run I know I made the right decision in the auto.

Stop and go traffic is a daily item for me and I drive a lot in the city. Stick would have been fun for a good solid 4 months, but would of gotten old. Realll fast.
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Why is it a leg work out? I'm DDing my MT82 right now. I've been in stop and go traffic before. My left leg doesn't really get tired and I've been driving it for less than a month. Then again, I do climb ladders all day at work.
At least here in Atlanta metro it would be. That's if you have to commute our routes. Traffic is a real pain here.
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Lol, I know how you feel man. I've thought about trading mine in for a 5.0. I still do. But when I really think about it. It's just not a good financial move. Would taking a loss on your car be really worth a shifter alone? To me, no but if you feel you can't live w/o it then by all means.
Hurst makes auto and manual shifters...I'm goin that route.

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At least here in Atlanta metro it would be. That's if you have to commute our routes. Traffic is a real pain here.
My town has ****** drivers in camrys and some would honk at me just for driving manual if it rolled back. So I decided the auto. Then when school came around its straight highway. But I agree it may be a pain, but these are supposed to be fun cars and for about 30 minutes it would be fun. A boss 302 isn't a leg workout either. I've drove a roush stage two and it was like butter.
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Having a v6, i am happy with the Auto, now if i had a v8, i'd probably be all about the manual, but i hate to admit, i would not right of the auto on a v8 either. They make life easier, and possibly slightly less fun.
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Hurst makes auto and manual shifters...I'm goin that route.

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My town has ****** drivers in camrys and some would honk at me just for driving manual if it rolled back. So I decided the auto. Then when school came around its straight highway. But I agree it may be a pain, but these are supposed to be fun cars and for about 30 minutes it would be fun. A boss 302 isn't a leg workout either. I've drove a roush stage two and it was like butter.
I don't understand the big deal all you "auto" guys make about rolling backwards. Maybe the first week when I was still getting used to the clutch I would roll a bit. But it's not even a concern anymore for me, and I live in a very hilly town.
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Lol... 2013s have hill assist. I'm too lazy to disable it since it requires the hokie pokie dance, but it's almost caused me to get hit once when I wanted the car to roll back out of traffic and it refused.
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Lol... 2013s have hill assist. I'm too lazy to disable it since it requires the hokie pokie dance, but it's almost caused me to get hit once when I wanted the car to roll back out of traffic and it refused.
Dang that's really weird never heard of hill assist I kind of like that roll back feel on hills even when I drive my auto haha
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Dang that's really weird never heard of hill assist I kind of like that roll back feel on hills even when I drive my auto haha
Same here lol
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Dang that's really weird never heard of hill assist I kind of like that roll back feel on hills even when I drive my auto haha
Honda crz's have it. Kinda weird.

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I don't understand the big deal all you "auto" guys make about rolling backwards. Maybe the first week when I was still getting used to the clutch I would roll a bit. But it's not even a concern anymore for me, and I live in a very hilly town.
Oh that's not the case. My first was a stick. Everyone in my town just freaks out if they see lights coming back and its just part of it. We have some hills that even make an auto roll back lol I like roll back, it adds some fun to it. Most people dont understand the third pedal because they believe it to be he work of Satan. Plus the auto get a wee bit better gas mileage on the new engine.
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Hill assist will only be activated for about 2 or 3 seconds after you take your foot off of the brake. It does not stay on forever. If it does something is wrong with your car.

I once was backed into by a stupid idiot non-driver and I was not even close to him. (If I was the damage probably would not be to bad) My escort GT was never the same after the repair.

I think all manuals should have hill assist. (My personal opinion) because 90% of the people driving them can't drive.
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I don't understand the big deal all you "auto" guys make about rolling backwards. Maybe the first week when I was still getting used to the clutch I would roll a bit. But it's not even a concern anymore for me, and I live in a very hilly town.
I purposely roll back on people when they get on my *** on a hill
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I purposely roll back on people when they get on my *** on a hill
+1. They will learn the hard way.
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Auto is faster with better gas mileage id say keep it
The auto only gets better gas mileage on the highway. In my 6 Sp MT I can run 6th gear at 1000 RPM that is just shy of the motor lugging. An automatic would downshift to match engine speed with road speed. If the engine is running faster it using more fuel. The only three benefit I can see in owning a automatic is...

1. If most of your diving is highway.
2. If you are in the city in heavy stop and go traffic.
3. With a drink in the cup holder shifting it is not a problem!!!

As being faster that depends on the driver. Power shifting a MT is just as fast as a tuned auto. The only thing is the auto will never have a missed shift.
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The auto has lag too. The higher the tach reading the more fuel you use. It's that simple. And a manual is just like an auto on the highway once you get through all your gears. Just depends how much physical control you want I suppose. I switched to auto for various reasons
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I also wanted a manual when I was looking for a Mustang, but couldn't pass the one I found up. Unfortunately it was auto, but I figured it was a sign. Yes, I regret pursuing stick, but in the long run I know I made the right decision in the auto.

Stop and go traffic is a daily item for me and I drive a lot in the city. Stick would have been fun for a good solid 4 months, but would of gotten old. Realll fast.
I am in the same boat, i don't always hit it, but i hit it enought where it gets old quick. Plus driving around where i live is a hassle. 5 mile drive takes about 20 minutes on the weekend.
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I purposely roll back on people when they get on my *** on a hill
Haha yup! Been there done that too!
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I think mustangs shouldnt be daily drivers, they are pleasure cars. Ive got my automatic SUV for daily driver. but I dont even realize im driving a manual when im stuck in traffic i my stang, it makes it alot less boring. This is my first stick and at first Id hate when people got on my *** stopped at a hill, Now i let it roll a little intentionally to show people that i am actually driving.

I spent the first 6 years of driving in an automatic, every single time it shifted gears by itself i cringed, i wanted a stick so bad. I'd never buy an automatic sports car. You can blow your cash on shifters and tuners, its still an auto.
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I've learned people don't pay attention to you just rolling. I tried that intentional role thing when I had my Stratus coupe. Most drivers are oblivious morons. The only thing you're doing is giving them a better chance at smacking your rear.

I would agree with Mustang not being a DD... if they weren't so dang fun and comfy. This car is more comfortable than my '10 Malibu I traded in, and it was a mid-sized sedan made for road traveling. This winter I'll drive my '00 Grand Prix for winter weather (might start driving it sooner too alleviate miles on the 'Stang). It only has 110k, but with a cam and stuff, it's a bit harder on gas.
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I want to have something like the shifter but still keeping the car automatic transmission you know what I mean? Like the 2013 automatic, that is toooo unfair for us lol I should have waited 2013 (( and they got hid!!!!
Maybe it's already been covered and if so I apologize. But really what is the difference in the 2013's ability to shift gears manually and me shifting manually 1 2 3 D in my 2012. With 3:31 gears I'm just coming out of 3rd at the end if a quarter mile any way. On the highway I din see any readon to manually shift 4 5 6 any way. Mine upsifts and down shifs fine 1 2 3 D. Been manually shifting auto's that way since the 60's.
Gotta admit those Mopar Torqueflights could take a beating though. But even my 65 Mustang auto shifted fine manually.
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The computer will limit it somewhat so you don't blow the tranny up. The 2013 let's you ride the gear to redline while the 11-12 didn't.
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Lol, I know how you feel man. I've thought about trading mine in for a 5.0. I still do. But when I really think about it. It's just not a good financial move. Would taking a loss on your car be really worth a shifter alone? To me, no but if you feel you can't live w/o it then by all means.
I have been contemplating the 5.0 trade for allllllong time. So I decide to stop modding, but I always end up adding stuff. I am in too deep to lose the value on a trade. I guess I'll have to wait for a few years....
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The computer will limit it somewhat so you don't blow the tranny up. The 2013 let's you ride the gear to redline while the 11-12 didn't.
Thanks whitelightning. So what happens if I try to run it to redline in 1st 2nd or 3rd. Does it shift or does the limiter kick in early?
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Thanks whitelightning. So what happens if I try to run it to redline in 1st 2nd or 3rd. Does it shift or does the limiter kick in early?
It will cut back on the rpm till you shift it to the next gear.
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The sensible thing to do in this situation, is simply keep your car and enjoy it.
My other hobby -and profession- is firearms: Some of these cost in upwards of $3000, but I'll sell one (or three) to afford it so that I'm not out of pocket for much or nothing at all. They do not depreciate like vehicles do, nor do they incur the initial cost. I am not one to buy a new car every two or three years, as $20+ thousand is a chunk of change.
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......and I didn't copy/paste the rest of the response prior to being logged out. I suck.

You auto will never be a 6spd manual, and that's not exactly a bad thing. We don't drive serious sports cars, and we still need serious (read expensive) suspension/drivetrain mods to even be considered a canyon-carver. We own cars that are fun to drive and do a lot of things well. Your choice of transmission is not a poor or derogatory one.
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It will cut back on the rpm till you shift it to the next gear.
Thanks i'm going to have to try it. Since my service tech told me it wouldnt hurt anything to drive around town in grade assist I tried this tonight. What a difference. Before I experimented I pulled the manual on the 2013s off the internet. S mode or Sport Mode is nothing more than a different way to put the tranny in grade assist. This manual explains that it helps going uphill as well as downhill. And for better engine breaking around town. The 2012 manual doesnt explain all this but essentially grade assist on a 2012 is the same thing as sport mode. 2013 has to be in S mode in order to manually shift. While it will hold to redline in each gear it will downshift to an appropriate gear for engine speed regardless of what gesr you chose. In other words you cant hold it in 5th and slow down to 10 mph. It will downshift automatically.
So I'm with hill assist on around town and take it off when speed allows or on the highway. Maybe less gas mileage but aot more pleasant to drive.
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I don't understand the big deal all you "auto" guys make about rolling backwards. Maybe the first week when I was still getting used to the clutch I would roll a bit. But it's not even a concern anymore for me, and I live in a very hilly town.
I agree the first week, maybe a little roll back but fords clutch is excellant and you really shouldnt have any rollback after a month of driving! If you have excessive rollback after that then automatic might be your better option to stick with. Either way both tranny's are very good, imo, it just comes down to preference.
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Manual always manual I can not see any way I would buy a mustang in auto that's sacrilege in my book
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Manual always manual I can not see any way I would buy a mustang in auto that's sacrilege in my book
Sacrilege? Most of the first 1.5 million Mustangs made were automatics. The 65 Gt was killer with an auto.
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Manual always manual I can not see any way I would buy a mustang in auto that's sacrilege in my book
+1000 my stang Is an auto because I bought it used and it was the right time and price for me. I will never own another auto trans mustang even a 4cly with a manual is more "fun" to drive.
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Sacrilege? Most of the first 1.5 million Mustangs made were automatics. The 65 Gt was killer with an auto.
Dude when I hear that all I hear is blah blah blah. My opinion is my opinion I could care less about the first 1.5 million mustangs etc. autos are dull and slush next

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+1000 my stang Is an auto because I bought it used and it was the right time and price for me. I will never own another auto trans mustang even a 4cly with a manual is more "fun" to drive.
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I love my auto mustang. It's still a freakin mustang. I did not buy a manual because of an injury I received when I wrecked my shifter cart in a race. Just get whatever you want.
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I love my auto mustang. It's still a freakin mustang. I did not buy a manual because of an injury I received when I wrecked my shifter cart in a race. Just get whatever you want.
That sucks and no hate man. He asked for opinions were giving them not trying to offend anyone
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That sucks and no hate man. He asked for opinions were giving them not trying to offend anyone
Wasn't offended I drove a manual 350z for a while it is more fun. But I cannot enjoy a car and be in pain. Lol. It all really depends on what you drive every day.
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