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whats better for spray M6 or A4?

This is a discussion on whats better for spray M6 or A4? within the Nitrous forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; just bringing this up caseu soemone said that a A4 can benifit more casue for the 5 shifts of a ...

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    whats better for spray M6 or A4?

    just bringing this up caseu soemone said that a A4 can benifit more casue for the 5 shifts of a m6 its off wot, and a a4 is always on it.

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    sounds about right thoe if you think about it

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    depends on how fast the person can shift his m6.

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    Most cases it will be A4 due to the fact that MOST can't drive a stick let alone one on the bottle!
    Don't be afraid of the bottle!!! Be afraid of your tune!!!

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    I love driving my M6 on the bottle... but I could see the a4 going out pretty quick with a 150 shot. Sure does SUCK if you miss 2nd while spraying tho... not that I've ever done THAT before...

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    A4 ... window switch not required 'cause you're always at WOT through shifts, but, it's a safety thing anyway, so, I have one. In 1st (in my particular case), I already have taction problems due to the Stall converter and such a short gear range, so, I won't spray until 2nd gear and then it'S spray all the way from 3000-6500 rpm. IMHO it's not worth raping your tranny spraying through shifts with what little bit of extra ET you get out of it or, you could do a timing tuner and add in a little delay launching in 1st and through gear changes.

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    A4 is safer and easier but not necessarily faster. That has a lot to do with the driver and the over all setup.

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    the a4 being faster due to always being wot isnt true. during shifts, ur not exactly at WOT in an auto. the car disengages the throttle itself the way you would yourself in a manual. so, your getting just as much throttle out of both situations

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    It's easier to damage a M6!

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