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11-08-2019 03:48 PM
Spectre300
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Originally Posted by Jlub95 View Post
I currently have stage 3 UGR Twinturbo kit now with stage3 clutch lol
Stage 3 is bananas, congrats man, badass setup.
Does the car hook up on the street with all that power.
Since it was supercharged, how big of a difference is the low end power with TT.
I her everybody say how they love the low end of the SC.
Was just wondering what your experience has been since you had both.
07-23-2019 08:49 AM
Turrizm
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Originally Posted by Kratos View Post
Did it ever shift up a gear without your command? Almost like you tappped the paddle twice?
No I have not had this issue. I've actually never done launch control in the car since the supercharger so I'm going to try it and see how the car behaves. Maybe it's in some kind of tuner limp mode. I have not even had time to ask VF if maybe that is a possibility.
07-22-2019 08:33 AM
Kratos
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Originally Posted by Turrizm View Post
Any updates Jblu? I am supercharged now and well I just did Ace Spade rally with DDE guys and my transmission was acting funny when I drove the car hard at times...
Did it ever shift up a gear without your command? Almost like you tappped the paddle twice?
07-16-2019 03:39 PM
Jlub95 I currently have stage 3 UGR Twinturbo kit now with stage3 clutch lol
07-16-2019 08:51 AM
ULTIMATEPD
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Originally Posted by Turrizm View Post
Any updates Jblu? I am supercharged now and well I just did Ace Spade rally with DDE guys and my transmission was acting funny when I drove the car hard at times...
Replace the clutch packs with after market ones.
07-16-2019 03:57 AM
Turrizm Any updates Jblu? I am supercharged now and well I just did Ace Spade rally with DDE guys and my transmission was acting funny when I drove the car hard at times...
01-02-2019 11:31 AM
Turrizm Keep us posted on this please.
01-02-2019 11:30 AM
ULTIMATEPD
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Originally Posted by Jlub95 View Post
thanks for all the responses! i should start maybe with a transmission fluid change because it didn't start doing this until the cold weather. any suggestions on what fluid to use? (I drive hard) also happy new year everyone.
Febi Dual Clutch Transmission Fluid
Part Number: 122732-08009032
Audi part number G052529A2
This is what Audi uses

7 liters
01-02-2019 10:59 AM
Blown SRT It's an A8...bone stock, except for tires/ wheels and lowering on factory bolts

Agreed with Strada mode, but my preferred solution is NO ONE else drives the cars besides me - lol
01-02-2019 10:54 AM
iguana1500
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Originally Posted by Blown SRT View Post
FWIW, my HP develops a lot of TQ down low...and if you're not light on the pedal from a standstill...it has a very direct feel...very, very responsive to the point where it feels like all the pedal travel occurs within the 1st 1/4" of pedal depress.

It's not clutch related in my case; it's just the electronics. There are kits you can buy that will increase or decrease the amount of travel required to send fuel.

My Z06 from factory has a lot of pedal travel required to move the car, to prevent people who don't know how to drive from smashing stuff at low speeds...lol
This is very true, I agree as I have both cars as well. Is your Z06 manual or auto?

Though in Strada mode the HP throttle response is gentle enough where my wife drives it gingerly.
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