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Old 02-14-2014, 01:51 PM   #36
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I have a manual 2014 v6
In fact I learn how to drive manual in it. I test drive a auto before and the shifting is very fast and smooth. But I love my manual because it feels like I'm actually controlling the car and feel how the car feel.
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Old 02-14-2014, 02:09 PM   #37
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An automatic transmission in a Mustang GT is like Odoul's Non-Alcoholic Beer

May look and taste ok, but Whats the point?
Auto Trans should only be available in 3.7s


Haha... believe it or not but they actually have those in the chow halls over in Afghanistan and Iraq before we pulled out. I used to drink em like a champ lmfao!!!
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I believe it I was there !

+1 million!!!

Hell yeah!
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For drag strip, the auto is more consistent no doubt.

I prefer a standard because I can control it. I can choose to idle along at 800 rpms on a flat road, or do whatever I want. Also, they haven't perfected the auto to weigh less, and it still has more drive train loss.

They about even out, the user error and human factor on the standard verses the extra weight and extra loss of the auto.

For a drag car, auto. For a daily driver, has to be a standard. And the single clutch and dual clutch gear boxes make no differences, most companies have dropped dual clutches, actually.
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Haha you drive a 6mt I'm chicago traffic f that never again. Like I said we can line then up loser gives up his man card lol people always put down auto 5. 0s don't hate appreciate it lol
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Im not hatin bro. I live in Dallas and after the first time I was stuck in traffic I was like damn I should have got an automatic lmao... I have friends who have autos and every chance I get I make fun of them and trust me that talk smack right back.

But I stand by my MT!!! Very very fun to drive
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ya u can have fun and see how sexy my tail lights are. they both are fun cars .
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I didn't make this, but thought it was funny. Obviously this horse has been beaten......
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Cute it's ok I don't feel the need to grab a stick everyday and cup the ball I my hand . But hey what ever gets your rocks off lol haters guna hate when your mt82 fails make sure you post up haha
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Lol blah blah...
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OK...... LOL

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Finally watched the vid... pretty funny lol
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I has to give this cool story, bros....

A few weeks back I cut a tire on my manual '12. Woot, no spare on BBP. I look around for what I have that'll hold air so I can get to work. Hmm...drag slicks, that'll do....

...it started to snow that night and continued for a week. So, I drove around on drag slicks for a week in slush and snow while these fantastically expensive and somewhat rare Michelins arrived.

Now, because I had a manual, this act of insanity was possible and not even that big of a deal. I could start the car in any gear i wanted, I had full control going down hills to choose the amount of engine braking I needed, etc.
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You drove in the snow on slicks? That's a hard one to swallow......................
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Old 02-15-2014, 10:16 AM   #51
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Sounds pretty dumb to me . Hmm let's see I live in chicago on stock Pirellis still ( dumb I know) but surprisingly been just fine btw I can drop mine into gear to with a auto cool story bro
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Whats wrong with the pzeros I thought they were pretty good tires?
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Not for winter lol
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Not for winter lol
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The Pzeros are summer only on my BBP.

I did indeed drive on these for a week in the snow on slicks. It did put to the test every bit of driving talent I've gained in 30+ years of driving in Canadian winters but, wasn't an impossible task, thanks to the stick.

I really need to get around in my work; it's critical to the enterprise I'm involved in. Michelin Pilot Sport AS3s on now so, no more problems.
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Not for winter lol
True dat lol!!!
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That's like asking if this bag of oranges is better than that brand of laundry detergent! The current auto is better than old autos, but a manual trans is for a different style of driving.
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What's the lowest RPM the auto can hold a gear?
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i recently bought my 14, i love manual but actually considered auto cause of the trany issues ive heard. then i slapt myself and bought a manual. for pure drag strip an auto is going to be better, but most of us dont live at a strip, manual is just more fun day to day driving, i had an auto sports car before and i hated life. auto makes me prone to txt and drive and browse my phone because i get bored driving, with manual i avoid that since im constantly shifting ( do little high way miles) at the end of the day its just a preference, but as far as im concerned, a sports car, specially muscle car, needs a proper manual.
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Driving 60 miles to work in traffic I have no regrets with my auto . Both are great but different needs for different people
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I hate my PZeros, and plan to replace them with Contis soon. Plenty of tread left, but since 14,000 miles they have been squirrelly. I have heard that is common with them. However, there are ways to use an automatic to move around in snow, which I have used on occasion. What gets me is how many people try to brake on snow and ice, without taking the car out of gear.
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Who taught you to take the car out of gear when driving on snow? That's ridiculous. You want to use gears carefully to control you speed buildup and stay off the brakes as much as possible. Straight friction circle stuff that. You take the car out if gear and you have no way of controlling road speed other than complete reliance on the brakes, which will likely get the abs hammering pretty swiftly.
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The way I see it, The automatic of today is the stick of yesterday. The technology is light years ahead of cable driven overdrives and the tuning abilities in the new 4l80's and 6R80's is amazing. I get the whole manual trans and being one with the car nonsense. When Mustangs were making 275hp they needed all the help they can get to go fast. Now they make so much power it's actually a limiting factor to shift through gears manually. Whether you're into drag racing or not it can not be ignored that Automatic late model Mustangs are ***** slapping the MT82 cars up and down any surface. You throw in the fact that the current MT82 is notchy, has a poorly designed shifter bracket and location, poorly designed clutch line and recalls and failures stacked up to the ceiling.

You say it's just cool to drive a mustang that's not a stick shift. I think it's cooler today to drive an Automatic Mustang because it means your way smarter. You understand that the advancements in late model Automatic transmissions are going to make Manual transmissions obsolete.

The irony in my post, I own an M6 car. I have owned Automatic Race cars my whole life. I'm not a stick guy. My wife talked me into buying a New GT to take a break from racing. I bought an M6 because I thought why would you buy an Auto Mustang. I should have spent 5 seconds researching it and I would have found out that these MT82's are garbage. Mine is notchy, clunky, clutch sticks to the floor, shifter bends sideways going into third and over on SVTP there are records being set every day with 6R80's and the transbrakes aren't even in production to the public yet.

I'd trade for an AUTO ANY DAY OF THE WEEK.
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Too funny... I also think its funny when I'm trying to be cool as I pass people who are checking out my car and then I miss freakin third gear. Or what about being at the light with lots of traffic behind ya and as soon as the light turn green I freakin stall out... even worse when forgetting that the car is in gear when you crank it up then completely dump the clutch thinking its in neutral. Fun fun times with the ol' MT82 lol...
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Who taught you to take the car out of gear when driving on snow? That's ridiculous. You want to use gears carefully to control you speed buildup and stay off the brakes as much as possible. Straight friction circle stuff that. You take the car out if gear and you have no way of controlling road speed other than complete reliance on the brakes, which will likely get the abs hammering pretty swiftly.
I have done more than my share of driving in snow and ice. If you ever watch most of the people trying to stop on slick surfaces, you will notice that while the front brakes are locked up, the rear wheels will still be turning on a RWD. Brakes are front biased on cars. You should control braking without relying on electronics to CYA. When you are braking on a slick surfaces, put the car in neutral for maximum control. The engine is only going to be for when you are off the brakes. Just as important is knowing which routes to take and which to not. Any routes with stops on the up slope is asking for it. Also watch out for people who do not get enough speed to make it up a hill. They go too slow to have the needed momentum and get stuck, blocking the road, and sometimes sliding back.
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I have done more than my share of driving in snow and ice. If you ever watch most of the people trying to stop on slick surfaces, you will notice that while the front brakes are locked up, the rear wheels will still be turning on a RWD. Brakes are front biased on cars. You should control braking without relying on electronics to CYA. When you are braking on a slick surfaces, put the car in neutral for maximum control. The engine is only going to be for when you are off the brakes. Just as important is knowing which routes to take and which to not. Any routes with stops on the up slope is asking for it. Also watch out for people who do not get enough speed to make it up a hill. They go too slow to have the needed momentum and get stuck, blocking the road, and sometimes sliding back.

Sorry but I'm not buying it. I grew up in northeast PA...lived in Chicago for 10 years driving my 5spd GT and spent close to 30 years in general driving auto and manual fwd and rwd cars and trucks in bad weather and never once have I ever had any kind of issue with not putting the car in neutral (stick) to slow down on snow or ice. The only thing you need is practice...well and a good set of snow tires and you can get through anything.
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I learn driving in the mountains of Korea where the roads were steep and sheet ice. I was licensed for over twenty military vehicles, drove a deuce during a forest fire for two weeks, then a week later, was driving VIPs in limos, including a Presidential candidate, touring a flood that killed 264 people. I make no claims to be a great driver, but I know what I am doing. I have driven during blizzards and whiteouts. With so many cars today being FWD, the issue is not as big a deal, but a lot of older drivers love the Panther models, and like all big RWD cars, they are prone to locked front/turning rear wheels.
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I would have rather got a manual trans but with how jacked up my clutch foot is and how much a manual trans increased my chances of hurting my foot even worse I went with a auto.... It was either a automatic gt or no mustang at all.
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It's all just preference. I've had auto's and manuals. Both have their advantages. My M6 has been perfect and I don't regret getting one (yet). There are lemons in every massively produced transmission. Change the fluid to a good synthetic and change the bracket and/or shifter.
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The way I see it, The automatic of today is the stick of yesterday. The technology is light years ahead of cable driven overdrives and the tuning abilities in the new 4l80's and 6R80's is amazing. I get the whole manual trans and being one with the car nonsense. When Mustangs were making 275hp they needed all the help they can get to go fast. Now they make so much power it's actually a limiting factor to shift through gears manually. Whether you're into drag racing or not it can not be ignored that Automatic late model Mustangs are ***** slapping the MT82 cars up and down any surface. You throw in the fact that the current MT82 is notchy, has a poorly designed shifter bracket and location, poorly designed clutch line and recalls and failures stacked up to the ceiling.

You say it's just cool to drive a mustang that's not a stick shift. I think it's cooler today to drive an Automatic Mustang because it means your way smarter. You understand that the advancements in late model Automatic transmissions are going to make Manual transmissions obsolete.

The irony in my post, I own an M6 car. I have owned Automatic Race cars my whole life. I'm not a stick guy. My wife talked me into buying a New GT to take a break from racing. I bought an M6 because I thought why would you buy an Auto Mustang. I should have spent 5 seconds researching it and I would have found out that these MT82's are garbage. Mine is notchy, clunky, clutch sticks to the floor, shifter bends sideways going into third and over on SVTP there are records being set every day with 6R80's and the transbrakes aren't even in production to the public yet.

I'd trade for an AUTO ANY DAY OF THE WEEK.
Well stated. The Mustangs have come with both transmission options to please all the masses. Choose your poison, and enjoy the ride. My wife does not drive a manual. She simply does not want to learn. For both of us to enjoy our Mustang, I purchased an automatic. It has not diminished the enjoyment one bit. It's still a fine ride.
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