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Old 04-23-2016, 11:09 AM   #1
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Automatic to Manual: Worth it?

I've been thinking about trading in my 2013 Base A6 for a 15 or 16 Manual Performance Pack GT. Really looking for which car I'd be more happy in. That includes if the car is fun and fast.
Is a manual that much more fun than the automatic?
Mod for mod and good driver in both cars which would win from digs and rolls?
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Both are fun in their own way (I've had both). The manual requires a better shifter or mods to the stock one and rear suspension work to be competent. The auto needs nothing. They are to all intents and purposes equal in performance if handled properly. The biggest holdback on the auto is the torque converter is a little tight for an engine like this. However, given the challenge of launching the manual, 9 times out of ten you're better off auto. MT is really for backroad connectedness. the manual mode on the auto is pretty good but, it will never be as fully direct as a mechanical connection.

I love my 6R80, definitely. At the dragstrip it is a little less involving than the MT but, it never misses a gear and with a power adder, it's unbeatable.

You are talking apples and oranges here because the 15-16 is a WAY better car than the s197 but, the s197 is lighter, simpler, more raw (though the auto softens most of that) and fun and cheaper to modify.
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Just depends on what you want.

I was tired of driving auto, and I found the car I wanted in manual so it was a no brainer. If I lived in a busier city than I do now though, manual might be more of a chore than exciting so there's always that.

I'd say go test any manual 5.0 and if you're not smiling like Jeremy Clarkson by the end of the drive, then the Auto suits you fine.


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If your going to be daily driving it, go auto. I think manual is more fun, but nothing worse than getting stuck in bumper to bumper traffic. Also as mention a shifter upgrade is recommended.
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Manual... I live in la and always driven auto... La has the worse traffic in the nation lol so that's not an excuse. U r the driver the one in command not the other way around. Only time I use auto is for rentals lol


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Manual. I've never had as much fun in an auto as a manual. Given Autos are quicker with the same mods.


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If you don't get a new manual, are you going to keep your current car, or are you considering both transmissions if you get a new one?
I would suggest driving both the new manual and automatic --- and find a curvy road and put the A6 in "S" (don't touch the paddles). The car will transform itself from the "D" setting. It downshifts and rev matches as you brake for corners, and then holds the perfect gear as you hit the apex and accelerate out of the corner. It is truly a spectacular experience to have the car shift that way for you, and I find that I can drive even better than with a manual trans, as I only have to pay attention to the steering and brakes. I don't have to wonder "gee, is this a 2nd or 3rd gear corner? -- Do I brake now or shift now?" The A6 in the "S" setting is simply prescient in its ability to drive "with" you and ALWAYS be in the perfect gear for what you are asking the car to do.
I've driven many manual trans cars through the years, and after having this new A6, I would frankly never consider another manual.
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...and if you think you can still do better, you can manually shift the auto, which works pretty well. The car handles better with the auto generally, as it tames the tendency for the rear axle to race the body to the ditch.

I'd rather have a well sorted juice box than a poorly sorted dual clutch like the Focus one or a manual that needs work right off like the MT82. The S550 is better organized manual than the S197. I drove one and quite liked it, just a little too much $ at the time, so I went 2014.
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Is the A6 that good?
Ive driven a few auto's with select shift now at its not great by any means.
My wife's 14 fusion is delayed when in manual mode and my two Mazda's were about on par.
Its a great concept but execution was just not there.
If Audi has nailed it hats off to them.
If they (Ford) could get it right I'd for sure be totally interested!

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Is the A6 that good?
Ive driven a few auto's with select shift now at its not great by any means.
My wife's 14 fusion is delayed when in manual mode and my two Mazda's were about on par.
Its a great concept but execution was just not there.
If Audi has nailed it hats off to them.
If they (Ford) could get it right I'd for sure be totally interested!
In "D", the A6 drives in a very relaxed, almost lazy manner, and seeks the highest gear as soon as possible. It is kind of nice when you want the car to drive that way. But, even in "D", it still shifts more quickly that my old stock C6 Corvette.
In "S", the car snaps off the shifts about 4 times faster and harder (MUCH quicker and firmer than my C6 could ever do!), holds lower gears much longer with much less throttle application, downshifts and rev matches depending on how hard you are braking, locks out 6th until (I think) about 50 mph, holds gears on the straights between corners, and just takes over in a way to bring joy to an enthusiasts heart -- at least it does for me.
And, if you do use the paddles while in "S" -- it becomes a full clutchless manual and holds only the gear you select --- want to smack the rev limiter? The car will let you do that over and over.....
And if you are adventurous, you can also set the car to "Track" setting, and get all the advantages of the "S" setting -- and the car will turn off the traction control........now, THAT is FUN!!!...but you'd better know how to drive and counter steer effectively!
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It was pretty good on my 14 as was but after a tune from vmp, it was awesome! Three shifting modes, as described make it a pretty cool street idea. It's dead nuts simple at the track....punch it and go...
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It was pretty good on my 14 as was but after a tune from vmp, it was awesome! Three shifting modes, as described make it a pretty cool street idea. It's dead nuts simple at the track....punch it and go...
I thought that the rev matching feature was unique to the 2015 and 16? Did the 2014 do that as well?
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Not exactly, but on S, the downshift and gear holding is more aggressive...
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Manual = complete control hands down. What is s or d or p? Lol.



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There is a reason most performance cars don't have manuals. You can't even get a stick in a Lamborghini any more . Autos are good, emissions control is easy and capability are high with electronic control.
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There is a reason most performance cars don't have manuals. You can't even get a stick in a Lamborghini any more . Autos are good, emissions control is easy and capability are high with electronic control.
You're absolutely right, the reason being, especially in those cars, a human can't shift as fast or precise and a manual would actually take away from the driving experience.

Now not to knock on auto owners, but that isn't exactly a point in favor of the 6R80, those dual clutch gearboxes are in a different league than it.

I know in your case, the auto is more to actually be able to drive the car, but atleast at our speeds, the manuals vs auto isn't a huge factor in terms of speed.

Now when you get to the new Z06s, the driver is no match for an auto.
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Manual = complete control hands down. What is s or d or p? Lol.
The new autos also give you complete control just like a manual if you choose.

On the premium cars you can switch on the fly (with the toggle switches) from normal driving, sport mode, and track mode. And even a wet/snow mode if you want.

Nothing but autos for me for now on.
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My wife's fusion has it and so did my two previous Mazda's, they have been doing it since at least 04 when I bought my Mazda 3, while its a cool feature it lacks the instantaneously shifts.
There is just to much of a delay between driver input and execution.
Once its refined to that level I'll be all over one, it will take some time but IMO its the future of manuals/auto.
I afraid my manual I love so much will go way of the dinosaurs.

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People talk about instantaneous shifts but, two things that are often forgotten it it takes time to shift gears on a manual too. Driver doesn't notice be he or she is involved instead of waiting.

You can also change how hard the auto shifts with the tune or via end user parameters. Just more adjust ability and versatility.
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Agreed, but my point being that the day is coming when select shift will be so refined that it will be instant in our every day cars and not just the higher end brands anymore.
And yes compared to my wife's select shift in her 14 Eco fusion I can shift quicker when needed lol.


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Another thing people forget is you actually don't want the shifts to be too "instantaneous" on a street car as it can actually break the tires traction from hitting them too hard. I'd say the VMP auto tune plus me jacking up the line pressures by 25% is about as hard a bang as road tires will take.

Modern automatics aren't like old ones with bands and drums, too. What's inside a 6R80 is more like a stack of motorcycle wet clutches with electronic control so, the amount of power they can take and the amount of heat they can absorb without injury is fantastically high. That's why you see people adding tons of power and not encountering any issues with the stock auto. The stock manual will take what the mechanical and metallurgical strength of its components will withstand, no more and I personally had my old car's MT implode a bearing at stock under 10k miles. Ford fixed it (eventually) but, I knew it would go on borrowed time again when I slapped the Vortech on.
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Agreed, but my point being that the day is coming when select shift will be so refined that it will be instant in our every day cars and not just the higher end brands anymore.
And yes compared to my wife's select shift in her 14 Eco fusion I can shift quicker when needed lol.


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I'm 65 and driving a manual, given I do not have to drive into work and do not drive in much traffic. I have never thought of an automatic as fun to drive but it depends on your driving circumstances. My next Mustang may be an auto but only so my wife can drive me home after I have a stroke.
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Drove to Delaware and back last week. Drove around Baltimore. Hit lots of stop & go traffic. I was so glad that I had an automatic trans!
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Sees a bright red 15 5.0 in parking lots, gets closer to it, and realizes it is an automatic. Excitement suddenly goes away lol.



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Sees a bright red 15 5.0 in parking lots, gets closer to it, and realizes it is an automatic. Excitement suddenly goes away lol.
Says the guy missing two cylinders.
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A blower on a V6 is like polishing a turd. But in the end it's still a turd.
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Yikes, little harsh?
That "turd" is putting down some pretty impressive numbers!
I guess the 17 Ford GT is a turd also, along with the Taurus SHO and the F-150 ECO BOOST!
I'd love any of those "turds" 😜

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This is a pretty quick V6 turd.
https://youtu.be/PLlEqI6jVwY

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You're the guy who thinks that a manual is faster at the 1/4 mile aren't you?
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I'm not gonna lie, whenever I see a -2010 sixxer, I sigh.

When it's a Cyclone with any kind of mods, whether visual or performance, I usually say something to the effect of "Sweet ride".

The 4.0s and back are definitely turds no matter how you spin them, never seen a clean one that had me look twice.


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