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  1. mckee123
    07-17-2012 02:39 PM
    dude your car is by far the collest mk6 i have seen.. pity its standard again.
  2. burbank2broward
    09-13-2011 06:11 PM
    tarmacs by fifteen52 18X8.5 et 45
  3. cd1076
    09-13-2011 06:24 AM
    What kind of wheels are you running? What size/offset? I love that style of wheel and haven't been able to find any like that.


  4. xHeartcoreboyx
    03-08-2011 06:23 PM
    exactlly...mess with it and you will know how to works..i found out myself haha
  5. xHeartcoreboyx
    03-08-2011 06:18 PM
    you can hit it in whatever mode you want...if you are rolling and want to have some fun..just kick the switch...orrr do it old fashion, use the paddle shifters and drop 2-3 gears depending on your speed...and go crazy with the paddle

    though if you are in 2nd and you hit the switch, it wouldn't be different from not hitting it..because you are already at lowest gear..
  6. xHeartcoreboyx
    03-08-2011 06:14 PM
    welll as far as i know...when you start pressing on the paddle, you will reach a point where it feels like there is a solid rock under the paddle and needs a little more effort to let the paddle go any farther..that's your kickdown switch!

    if you press the kickdown switch, by flooring it all the way to your carpet..the car will downshift to the lowest gear possible without damaging anything, so you can be have maximum acceleration..

    say you are in 6th gear, like where you usually are in D hit the KD switch, it would take you to 3rd gear, depending on your speed, and push you back in the seat...if you don't hit the switch, it would take you to maybe 5th and go all the way to redline normally...

    so why people don't like the switch? well because it takes time aka delay..for it to does it's job and take you to lowest gear, which is bad if you are racing someone.

    hope this is more clear
  7. burbank2broward
    01-02-2011 12:09 AM
    Those came stock... they're tips tho
  8. jmarch
    12-07-2010 04:24 PM
    I'm wondering what kind of exhaust set up you have? Are those just tips or is a after market system?

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