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  • jyamona@motiv's Avatar
    04-26-2016, 10:13 AM
    Pos rep for cold brew :) I'm having some myself right now too. You make it in a french press? How long do you let it brew for?
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  • Terry@BMS's Avatar
    04-24-2016, 02:51 PM
    BMS got a customer's 2016 F87 M2 DCT on a Dynojet for some testing. The results are about what you would expect. The M2 N55B30T0 makes 330 rear wheel horsepower stock and 388 lb-ft of torque at the wheels stock. In other words, it is roughly 100 wheel horsepower short of an F80 M3 / F82 M4 S55 motor. The engine is putting up numbers would one expect from an N55 albeit with more torque. It is tuned for low end torque more than top end horsepower. You will notice the torque peak is at 2500 rpm and it tapers down toward redline where it drops particularly hard. Isn't this supposed to be a track car? The horsepower figure is similar to the new B58 motor. The torque on the N55B30T0 is higher but the B58 curve is much flatter. It's torque curve does not start dropping as early or as hard especially toward redline. When tuned, the numbers on the N55B30T0 are similar to a tuned N55 although the torque peak is slightly higher. It sure seems to perform like an N55 except with S55 engine internals and the closed deck block. Hey guys, A local customer was generous enough to come out for a few hours so we could poke around under the hood, take some logs, and do a little dyno testing with his new M2. He has around 1000 miles on the clock I believe. Per usual I'll try to keep it brief and to the point: The good: 1) Car looks super awesome in person and really attracts a lot of attention on the road. DCT drives and shifts great. 2) The tuning scheme is the same as the M235 EWG. Meaning our existing F Series N55 EWG JB4 is fully compatible from a hardware perspective. Some minor M2 specific software changes will be added, of course. 3) All of the cool in dash controls we've added to the F Series JB4 are compatible. CANflap works, in dash boost gauge works, map switching works, boost by gear works, 6cyl timing logging works, and it even logs the DCT trans oil temperature. 4) The platform appears to be E85 friendly. More on that later. The bad: 1) This is simply based on my initial few hours with the car. But from a performance perspective, it appears to be basically an N55 with a tune from the factory. It's not in the same universe as the S55 M3/M4 motor and even appears to be a step down from the B58 found in the new 340i. 2) On normal pump 91 octane fuel running its factory 15-16psi boost profile it had fairly significant timing pull and only put down 330whp. Subsequent pulls did even worse as it heated up. 3) We added an E30 mix on the dyno and the factory power jumped up nicely to the 350whp range and it was also more consistent. Even at this power level though the car had a strange behavior where it would momentarily drop boost for no apparent reason, resulting in a noticeable "hiccup" in the dyno chart. Maybe something that will be fixed via a future software update or perhaps related to the E30 itself without tuning in place for it. 4) I raised boost around 3psi just to evaluate it on the E30 mix and the result was pretty respectable power. Around 390whp. Which, is what the normal 335 F30 EWG cars make on E30 at roughly the same boost level. Potential Tuning Gains: E85 Mix: I expect we'll be able to get power up to around 425whp. 91 Octane: There is no power to be picked up via tuning on 91. Just the extra features via the JB4. 93 Octane: I'm hopeful with good 93 octane we can pickup at least 15-20whp and similar torque. Bottom Line: It's a cool little platform. But basically appears to be a more aggressively tuned M235.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-27-2016, 10:23 PM
    It is good to see more tuned N55's hitting the strip especially M235i models to compare their results to the F87 M2. Both of these M235i's are xDrive all wheel drive models. This pays dividends in the 60 foot but of course the all wheel drive system adds weight. Here is the breakdown of mods between the two cars: 2015 Black Sapphire F22 M235 xDrive AT FBO #11759 - HRE FF15s w/ Continental DWS06 - Pure Turbo Stage 2 Hi-Flo - EnzoPerformance ECU Tune - JB4 OBD2 stacked Custom Boost Map6 - Enzo's Catless Downpipes - GFB DV - ATM FMIC - ER Chargepipes - Tuningwerk Exhaust - Exxon 110 oct 2015 EBB M235 xDrive AT #12126 - 19' Summer Tires - Enzo Performance ECU Tune - ER Catless Downpipes - Fabspeed Exhaust w/ Muffler Delete - Dinan Lowering Springs w/ Supp Handling kit on pump gas 93 The timeslip: The Pure Turbos Stage 2 is providing about another 6 miles per hour of trap speed. It's a very large difference when you take into account where the black M235i xDrive was before the turbo upgrade and bolt ons. Here it is tune only with just a flash and catted downpipe: And now with full bolt ons: This is how the car progressed. 12.736 @ 109.32 - Enzo Tune and catted downpipe 12.492 @ 110.10 - Enzo Tune and full bolt ons 11.759 @ 117.70 - Enzo Tune and Pure Turbos Stage 2 Great performance data for N55 owners.
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  • richpike's Avatar
    04-24-2016, 11:06 AM
    For my 1,000th post (woot :golfclap:), I thought it would be fun to start a new "what was your first car" thread. Year: 1969 Make: Opel Model: GT Color (Ext/Int): Strato Blue/Black Leatherette (vinyl?) Engine: 1.9L 4cyl Transmission: 4-speed manual My first car was a 1969 Opel GT with the 1.9L "high output" :lol: engine. If you aren't familiar with the Opel GT, it was often called the "poor man's Corvette" - it had great styling, but was slower than dirt :D Mine was Strato Blue over black leatherette. 4-speed manual. RWD. 102HP (early model year 1.9L were desirable because in 1971 emission requirements cut the 1.9L down to 83HP). Front disc, rear drum. About 2,000lbs (it was not a great handler on stock 165/75R13 tires, but we upgraded to 205/60R13 Dunlops that helped a lot). The GT was sold through Buick dealers in the US. My dad and I restored the car together. He had fallen in love with them while stationed in Stuttgart. Once he was older (and had some free labor/kids :lol:) he bought three of them - two for parts cars and one to restore. I got it for my 16th birthday in 1994. It was honestly the perfect high school car - manual, RWD, looked awesome, but couldn't get myself in too much trouble. I actually still have the car - it's been in storage for the last 15 years or so. Definitely needs some TLC. Someday I hope to restore it again with my kids. Maybe even drop a E36 M3 drivetrain in it :music-rockout: Here are some pics of what a GT looks like - I'll see if I can dig some up of my actual car. The most notable features on the GT were the "flip up" headlights, the dual rear exhaust and the locking gas cap in the middle of the rear end. A quick video of the headlights in action :naughty: What was your first car? -Rich
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-26-2016, 08:11 AM
    Have you heard of Boba Motoring? They are a German tuner that just kind of goes crazy stuffing a ton of turbo power into older German cars. For example, a MKII VW Golf with a 4Motion all wheel drive system retrofitted to help put down 1150+ horsepower from a turbo 2.0 liter pushing 58 psi of boost. Yep, crazy stuff. They do not just do VW's but decided to go all out on an E30 BMW. They swapped in the S38 motor (the best BMW M motor of all time) and gave it a top mount Precision PT8285 turbo. With E85 fuel the result is 1225 horsepower at 33 psi of boost. And yes, unlike other German tuners they provided the graphs to back up the claims. If the graph isn't enough there is also the car going 9.19 @ 159.53 miles per hour in the 1/4 mile. It helps that it only weighs 2912 pounds but also keep in mind you have to row your own gears. While guys on the forums debate the N54 vs. the N55 or the S55 motor the older M inline-6 engines are blowing them so far away it isn't even a contest at this point. N54 what?
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  • mj6234's Avatar
    04-27-2016, 10:09 PM
    In light of recent events, I made a song. Yes I know it is awesome. With so much drama in the Bimmer B Its kinda hard bein Mr. Tony T But I, some how, some way Keep comin up with funky new gear like every single day May I, kick a little somethin for Stick-aay And make a few page hits as I breeze through Two in the mornin' and the forum's still jumpin Cause Tony T is at home I got vendor humpers in the N54 gettin it on And they aint leavin till Tony T is gone So what you wanna do, sit I got a keyboard full of rumors and RB does too So turn off the filters and load the post But we don't love them nubs So we gonna smoke some records today VTT up, all others down while you vendor humpers whine to this Rollin down the street, smokin nubs doh Sippin on E85 and boost, laid back With my mind on my turbos And my turbos on my mind Rollin down the street, smokin nubs doh Sippin on E85 and boost, laid back With my mind on my turbos And my turbos on my mind Now that I got me some sweet drag rims Everybody got their hate, but they run this Now this type of bitchin happens all the time You got to get yours but you just sit and whine Everything is fine when you buyin from the V-T-T I been cultivating turbos that be captivating BB Who listens to the words that I type As I take me the heat from all over the street And get to slappin down fanboys named Lamie He used to be Shiv's main groupie 80 degrees are my post IC IATs Raise up off the V-T-Ts cause you gets no GCs At ease, as I mob the E90 peeps See the tail lights beyotch I'm just Later on that day My homey Stick-ayyy come through with a gang of bans today And a fat ass front page post that made me choke This aint no joke I had to back up off of it and turn my browser down Vendor drama and posts, ya I'm pissed off now But there ain't no stoppin, I'm still posting Jason got some bitches from the E90postin To ban me, and with some drama on top Cause when I bust my motor I'm replacin it with stock But don't get upset bro that's just how it goes I'd don't love your posts, I'm out the door And I'll be...
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-25-2016, 10:12 PM
    That did not take long at all. The 718 Boxster is joined by its coupe sibling the 718 Cayman. The Cayman of course comes in two flayers like the Boxster in standard and S trim models. The main difference is the engine between the two and those differences are detailed in a previous article. The 718 Cayman has a 2.0 liter turbo boxer four and the 718 Cayman S has a 2.5 liter turbo boxer four. This results in 300 horsepower and 280 lb-ft of torque for the Cayman and 350 horsepower and 309 lb-ft of torque in the Cayman S. The coupe is actually cheaper than the droptop with the Cayman starting at $54,950 and the Cayman S coming in at $67,350. In typical Porsche fashion the price goes way up with options. Expect these car to hit the dealer around November. It is going to be a lot of fun to watch what the aftermarket does with them. Poised for precision: The new 2017 Porsche 718 Cayman Mid-engine sports coupe with new turbocharged flat-four cylinder engines and enhanced suspension Atlanta, Georgia. Today Porsche announces the new 718 Cayman models. Following the debut of the new 718 Boxster, the new 718 Cayman complements the roadster in the mid-engine model line-up. This third generation of the mid-engine sports coupe has a more striking and athletic appearance, and for the first time, the coupe is priced below the roadster. The new turbocharged flat-four cylinder engines from the 718 Boxster power the 718 Cayman, making the power output identical for both models. The 2.5 liter powerplant in the S model produces 350 horsepower, while the 2.0 liter engine in the 718 Cayman delivers 300 horsepower. Both models make 25 more horsepower than their respective predecessors. The abundant torque produced by the new engines yields driving pleasure and agility even at low revs. The 2.0 liter engine of the 718 Cayman delivers up to 280 lb.-ft., which is available between 1,950 rpm and 4,500 rpm. This represents a 67 lb.-ft. increase over the previous Cayman. The 2.5 liter engine in the 718 Cayman S features a turbocharger with variable turbine geometry (VTG), technology previously utilized in the 911 Turbo. That engine delivers up to 309 lb.-ft. of torque (37 lb.-ft. more than the previous Cayman S) to the crankshaft between 1,900 and 4,500 rpm. Both engines used in the 718 Cayman models are equipped with an integrated wastegate to optimize boost pressure across driving scenarios. The result: confidence inspiring passing power and superior drivability in any situation. The 718 Cayman with PDK and optional Sport Chrono Package reaches 60 miles per hour in 4.5 seconds. The 718 Cayman S is able to accelerate from 0 to 60 in just 4.0 seconds. The top track speed of the 718 Cayman is 170 miles per hour, and the 718 Cayman S can reach a top track speed of 177 miles per hour. New chassis tuning for greater cornering precision and more lateral grip With their superb driving dynamics, the new 718 Cayman models follow in the footsteps of the legendary 718 race cars. Thanks to their outstanding agility, the historic mid-engine sports cars won numerous races including Le Mans and the Targa Florio in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Firmer springs and sway bars as well as retuned shock absorbers improve lateral grip and tracking stability. The steering rack with a 10 percent quicker on-center ratio compared to the previous model has been adapted from the 911 Turbo and enhances agility as well as driving pleasure. The rear wheels, which are one-half inch wider, and a new generation of tires increase lateral grip to allow for even better cornering. Performance enhancing options such as the Sport Chrono Package and Porsche Torque Vectoring (PTV) sharpen the sporty character of the 718 Cayman even further. Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) with a 10 millimeter reduction in ride height is also optionally available. Furthermore, the S model can be ordered with the PASM Sport suspension for the first time, which lowers the car by 20 millimeters. As in other Porsche sports cars, the Sport Chrono Package can now be adjusted using the Mode Switch on the steering wheel. Supplementing the previous settings of "Normal," "Sport," and "Sport Plus" is the "Individual" program, which can store and call up the driver's preferred settings. Due to the car's increased performance, uprated brake systems with 330 mm brake rotors at the front and 299 mm rear rotors are now standard. The 718 Cayman uses the brakes from the previous Cayman S, while the 718 Cayman S is equipped with the four-piston calipers of the 911 Carrera combined with six millimeter thicker front brake rotors. Distinctive design for a more muscular appearance The new 718 Cayman has been enhanced as comprehensively in its design as it has in its technology. The taut proportions, prominent air intakes on the sides and at the front, as well as the low side profile underscore the uprated dynamics. The front fascia has a sharper profile, which gives the front of the car a wider and more muscular appearance. The ultra-slim front lights above the air intakes, which house the positioning lights and indicators, reinforce this impression. Significantly larger cooling air intakes and Bi-Xenon™ headlights with integrated LED daytime running lights also characterize the new 718 Cayman. LED headlights with four-point daytime running lights are available as a new option. The redesigned rear fascia appears wider than before due to the high-gloss black accent strip with integrated Porsche logotype. The taillights have been completely redesigned and are distinguished by the three-dimensional look and four-point brake lights that appear to float freely. Redesigned interior with standard PCM Inside, revisions are visible for both the 718 Cayman and the 718 Boxster. The upper part of the dashboard and the air vents are new. The new 918 Spyder design sport steering wheel and extensive connectivity options have now been added to the 718 cockpit. Porsche Communication Management (PCM) and the eight speaker Sound Package Plus audio system are standard. The capabilities of the PCM can be extended with options such as the Connect module. It includes special extensions for smartphones, such as the USB port, Apple CarPlay and Porsche Car Connect. Another available option is the navigation module with voice control, which makes it easy to enter driving destinations. The Connect Plus module offers real-time traffic information, Apple CarPlay, Google Earth, Google Street View, and WiFi connectivity. Drivers can also make use of additional comprehensive services via their smartphone, which include the Porsche Connect App and Porsche Car Connect. The 718 Cayman and 718 Cayman S are on sale now and will reach U.S. dealers in late November, 2016. The 718 Cayman has a starting MSRP of $53,900, and the 718 Cayman S starts at $66,300, excluding the $1,050 delivery, processing and handling fee.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-23-2016, 02:02 AM
    Mercedes-AMG has some spectacular engines on the market and they have produced some amazing V8 engines in particular. The problem? No manual transmission options for any modern AMG model. Well, Aston Martin is providing a loophole of sorts with their next generation Vantage V8 model. Aston Martin will use the Mercedes-AMG twin turbo M178 V8 as reported last year. This is thanks to Aston Martin and Daimler agreeing to share technology which really boils down to Mercedes-AMG supplying engines and electronics to Aston Martin. In the Mercedes-AMG GT models the M178 under the hood is mated a dual clutch transmission as the only option. In the next generation Vantage V8 Aston Martin will offer the choice of a manual or automatic transmission. Why no dual clutch? Aston Martin does not believe a dual clutch can do anything a properly tuned automatic can't according to Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer: Well, modern automatics are fantastic but dual clutch transmissions do offer a performance advantage in shift speed. Regardless, what is important to focus on here is that Aston Martin is all about supporting the manual transmission. Their decision to bring 100 manual Vantage V12 models to the US for 2017 says as much. This is all a good thing. Enthusiasts will be able to get a Vantage with the AMG V8 motor and there is already plenty of tuning available for the engine. Imagine a manual M178 engine with a turbo upgrade pushing 700+ horsepower. Sounds pretty great, doesn't it? Source
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-25-2016, 09:32 PM
    There are no surprises here as the new Audi TTRS is exactly what we expected it to be. Which is, in one word, fantastic. The turbocharged 2.5 TFSI I5 motor is tweaked to 400 horsepower and 354 lb-ft of torque. The engine is spectacular winning six straight International Engine of the Year awards. Audi bumped output about 60 horses over the outgoing TTRS model which is honestly not even as much as they could have. There is plenty of room to tune this engine. Audi themselves has shown the engine in 525 horsepower trim. The aftermarket routinely gets over 600 horsepower at the wheels out of it so it will be a lot of fun to tune. Especially considering the motor is mated to an all wheel drive platform with a DSG dual clutch transmission. Putting the power down and executing quick shifts will not be a problem. The styling is excellent and sheds some of that friendly look the TT always had. It looks meaner, more aggressive. Frankly, it's more masculine. The fenders, grill, diffuser, etc., are all perfectly executed. No word on US pricing yet but it should launch at the end of the year and will be available as a coupe or a roadster. It looks spectacular either way. Well done Audi! Dynamic duo: Audi TT RS Coupé and Audi TT RS Roadster Audi is sending the most powerful TT ever into the competitive field. Its newly developed five-cylinder engine delivers 400 hp – accompanied by unmistakable engine sound. The Coupé and Roadster are celebrating their world premieres at the Beijing Motor Show. Muscular front end, large air inlets, low-positioned spoiler, fixed rear wing – at first glance, the Audi TT RS* clearly hints at just how much power there is under its streamlined skin. Its new five-cylinder aluminum engine delivers 400 hp, which is 60 hp more than the power of the previous model. A full 480 Newton-meters (354.0 lb-ft) of torque is applied to the front and rear wheels, and a traction control system manages its distribution for maximum acceleration with minimal slip. As a result, the Coupé takes 3.7 seconds to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h (62.1 mph), and the Roadster takes 3.9 seconds. No other TT has sprinted this fast. The brilliant torque is accompanied by typical five-cylinder sound – which is music to the ears of horsepower purists. This sound passes through the RS exhaust system and is projected to the surroundings via two large oval tailpipes. Other eye-catching features at the rear are the new OLED lights in 3D design, which are being implemented for the first time in a production Audi. This much power requires a stiff chassis setup. At a height of just 1.34 meters (4.4 ft), the Audi TT RS is low to the asphalt, and it is both light-footed and under control as it conquers curves. The direct steering ratio gives the driver the feeling of being one with the road. No matter how intensively the driver turns the grippy sport steering wheel, the low-mounted sport seat with the strong contours of its side bolsters holds the driver in position. In the Roadster, a switch initiates open-air driving fun. It opens the car's soft top – even while driving at speeds up to around 50 km/h (31.1 mph). Inside, the TT RS has an extremely sporty appearance – with aluminum or carbon trim elements and RS logos. As in the Audi R8, the driver starts the engine directly from the steering wheel – a feature inspired by car racing. The vehicle handling system can also be operated from an extra set of satellite controls. If drivers wish, they can modify the character of the TT RS over four modes – from comfort-oriented to emphatically dynamic. The instruments are focused entirely on the driver. The fully digital Audi virtual cockpit with its 12.3-inch screen bundles all key information – from driving speed to engine rpm and navigation. And that is not all. A special RS screen displays information on tire pressure, torque and g-forces. When the engine rev limit is reached, a shift light requests that the driver upshift via the steering wheel paddle or selector lever. A precondition is that the manual mode must be active for the dual-clutch transmission, which has sporty short gear ratios in the lower gears. To always stay up-to-date, the driver can call upon the extensive infotainment content. Audi connect is bringing a wide variety of services on-board, which can deliver the right information – whether you are looking for parking, travel or traffic information, or inquiring about fuel prices, the weather or online news. Passengers can also tweet on the road, and upon request the system can read the messages aloud. They can connect their smartphone or tablet via the Wi-Fi hotspot and surf the world wide web. Select smartphone apps can be mirrored directly into the Audi virtual cockpit. The smartphone battery is charged inductively in the center console. Then the smartphone is also coupled to the vehicle's antenna for optimal reception, and it connects the driver with the desired contact person when prompted. A practical feature is that the microphones of the hands-free system are integrated into the seat belts in the Roadster, which guarantees high speech quality. Want to know more? The TT RS Coupé and TT RS Roadster launch in fall 2016. Prices for the Coupé start at 66,400 euros, and the Roadster is listed at 69,200 euros.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-27-2016, 09:46 AM
    The McLaren 570S is getting a lot of attention as for one it is new and secondly because it is putting up incredible numbers. Because it is has shown the capability to run low 10's in the 1/4 mile everyone is interested in just how much power it is putting out. Well, thanks to Fabspeed we know the car is making 532 wheel horsepower and 432 lb-ft of torque stock. Not exactly absurd power or underrated by all that much compared to an MP4-12C. A comparison between the two will come later. With an ECU tune output rises to 581 wheel horsepower and 506 lb-ft of torque at the wheels. The peak figures don't tell the whole story as the torque curve narrows past 6000 rpm. A turbo upgrade will do wonders. The 570S certainly is a hell of a car.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-26-2016, 03:31 AM
    The Germans at Sport Auto got this trio of all wheel drive sports cars out on the Hockenheim course for some timed laps. The Hockenheim is not exactly a huge track that favors big power but it is fairly tight and technical favoring well balanced and lightweight cars with plenty of grip. The Huracan goes first and sets the quickest time. The R8 V10 Plus follows and it is far less composed. The R8 V10 Plus is a bit heavier but it is 1.5 seconds off the Huracan time which is huge. They are even in a straight line so the difference is not due to power. While the R8 is basically a reskinned Huracan the Porsche 991.2 Turbo is very different. While it has all wheel drive and a dual clutch transmission the similarities end there. Unlike the naturally aspirated 600 horsepower mid-engine V10 of the R8 and Huracan the Porsche's rear engine 3.8 liter flat-6 features twin turbochargers good for 580 horsepower and 553 lb-ft of torque. Much more torque than the 413 lb-t the naturally aspirated V10 can muster. The Porsche finishes in between the Huracan the R8 Plus: 1. Lamborghini Huracan - 1:07.5 2. Porsche 991.2 Turbo S - 1:08.5 3. Audi R8 V10 Plus - 1:09.0
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-23-2016, 01:58 AM
    Mercedes-AMG has some spectacular engines on the market and they have produced some amazing V8 engines in particular. The problem? No manual transmission options for any modern AMG model. Well, Aston Martin is providing a loophole of sorts with their next generation Vantage V8 model. Aston Martin will use the Mercedes-AMG twin turbo M178 V8 as reported last year. This is thanks to Aston Martin and Daimler agreeing to share technology which really boils down to Mercedes-AMG supplying engines and electronics to Aston Martin. In the Mercedes-AMG GT models the M178 under the hood is mated a dual clutch transmission as the only option. In the next generation Vantage V8 Aston Martin will offer the choice of a manual or automatic transmission. Why no dual clutch? Aston Martin does not believe a dual clutch can do anything a properly tuned automatic can't according to Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer: Well, modern automatics are fantastic but dual clutch transmissions do offer a performance advantage in shift speed. Regardless, what is important to focus on here is that Aston Martin is all about supporting the manual transmission. Their decision to bring 100 manual Vantage V12 models to the US for 2017 says as much. This is all a good thing. Enthusiasts will be able to get a Vantage with the AMG V8 motor and there is already plenty of tuning available for the engine. Imagine a manual M178 engine with a turbo upgrade pushing 700+ horsepower. Sounds pretty great, doesn't it? Source
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