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Old 09-16-2018, 06:28 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by FFhb13 View Post
^^^eventually when your DCT is hopefully working better you may want to increase performance, get a intake, header, exhaust, and performance tune..after all you paid for the tuning might as well get full benefit..the DCT only revs to 6500max, it can easily go to 7000+ safely so you are safe..the "pull" is only for like 5 seconds...sure you can find a road where you can do that without getting in trouble, lol...I do it, in an industrial area after hours.
I was thinking something similar.

As Ive gotten older Ive been less inclined to get on my vehicles. That said, there are many times when one can floor itand not get in trouble nor be irresponsible. In fact, Id even say knowing what your car will do when youre in a situation when you need to WOT can help make you safe. Sure its best to never get into such situations, but things happen and having options makes us safer. I say that as Ive learned over the years that given the choice between slamming on the brakes or the gas, that in most cases the gas is often the better choice if you know how to drive through them.

Anyway, were all different and we should do what we feel is best for our cars.
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