Most factory auto trans tunes aren't very good but with tuning it completely changes the feel and enjoyment of the car. I test drove a stock '11 mustang gt auto and it was a boring and horrible car but I drive my friends '11 gt auto with a tune and it was amazing, so a tune is big.Do you think some of the issues about the auto tranny can be fixed with a flash and new tune from Chevy eventually?
Yes, but the car can be returned back to stock, but I'm not sure if Chevy can tell when the computer has been flashed. Ford counts key cycles and compares it to the mileage of the car to judge if the computer has been flashed.Would having a tune done for the auto trans void the warranty?
Yes, but the car can be returned back to stock, but I'm not sure if Chevy can tell when the computer has been flashed. Ford counts key cycles and compares it to the mileage of the car to judge if the computer has been flashed.
For example, 10k miles and 10 key cycles is a give away that the computer was flashed recently.
Car and Driver has a review of the Sting Ray's seats in the October 2013 issue. Lear makes the Vette's seats and Porsche's as well. The article claims that the four motors in the seat give 8 way adjustability versus the C6 which had three motors and a manually operated backrest angle adjusterI believe most of the reviews are in and there are many out there. I would be interested in hearing about what review you consider to be the best or the most enjoyable to read/watch. And why your think the review is noteworthy. Thanks.