|11-25-2015 12:34 PM|
Yes! Got the ermm installed, no NVH at all, put on about 150 miles it takes care of the slack
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|11-19-2015 04:03 AM|
Yes it freakin does lol. Depending on how the next few months play out for me job wise I'm either going full race car on this one or I'm gonna get an ST. :giddy: just depends on if I can get a good job.
|11-18-2015 10:38 PM|
|11-18-2015 08:16 PM|
Took some time to get used to it (MTX-75 gears rollover)
|11-18-2015 05:36 PM|
|ChalupaJones||I'm seriously considering that one actually|
|11-18-2015 05:05 PM|
|Jburks||get the cobb mount! it's badass.|
|11-18-2015 02:18 PM|
|ChalupaJones||I'm going to have to graduate to a stiffer mount eventually. The ERMM is great but I want more. My car sounds like it's rattling itself to death already any way lmao!|
|11-18-2015 01:47 PM|
|Uptcv1||Thats my expectation.. cant wait to get it installed, I think the stock rmm starts knocking with every mid-hard acceleration.|
|11-18-2015 01:19 PM|
So far have only driven about 8 miles, BUT the temperature here is low 50's and raining steady. No wheel hop on my typical start up from dead stop, which apparently is a more aggressive driving habit. I stay mostly within the posted speed limits, but I get to the posted limits faster than most of the cars alongside or behind me.
While the RMM is NOT directly involved with shifting, it indirectly is, as the reduction in the engine banging around results in a smoother driving experience, which is felt as either the software, or YOU in "S" mode, move thru the gears.
The other word that comes to my mind is "tighter". Even though only 8 miles from dealer to home, the terrain is sufficiently hilly to necessitate frequent up & downshifting. And once again, the reduction in motor movement is noticeable.
|11-18-2015 12:57 PM|
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