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Old 03-29-2015, 04:27 PM   #1
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So I found some 2013-2014 paddle shifters for the mustang on eBay. You guys think it's a good investment? Would the reaction time be slightly slower than the one on the automatic sport mode + -


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I would think so, a properly tuned car will knows the shift points far better than a person does.
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So I found some 2013-2014 paddle shifters for the mustang on eBay. You guys think it's a good investment? Would the reaction time be slightly slower than the one on the automatic sport mode + -


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If I am understanding this correctly, I would say that it would have to be the same.
They are both an electrical contact that probably get wired to the same place that the +/- buttons on shift lever go to.
Trouble is, as I've heard but haven't tried it yet on my car, the transmission shift response when using the manual control is slower than in the Automatic Sport Mode.
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If I am understanding this correctly, I would say that it would have to be the same.

They are both an electrical contact that probably get wired to the same place that the +/- buttons on shift lever go to.

Trouble is, as I've heard but haven't tried it yet on my car, the transmission shift response when using the manual control is slower than in the Automatic Sport Mode.

So yea basically the module that the paddles use, connects to the wiring with the +/- cables and functions with it. I just wanted to know if because their linked wirelessly if they wud maybe not react as well


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A member on FFM has them and did notice a delay when shifting because of the wireless feature. It was not major but definitely slower than the shifter mounted switch.

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If you get them please make a video of driving with them. I'd love to see them in action


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