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Should a WS6 M6 bark when power-shifted to second?*

This is a discussion on Should a WS6 M6 bark when power-shifted to second?* within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; i barked 4th in my car one cool night when i jumped out on a 4 car pass on m-52 ...

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    Its a 4 door vette bitch! JOHN_DEERE_LS6's Avatar
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    i barked 4th in my car one cool night when i jumped out on a 4 car pass on m-52 east of lansing one night... i looked at my buddy and sed "WHAT THE F DAVID BLAINE?!?!" i got a ceramic clutch tho wonder if thats y it did it.... hasnt did it since..... unsolved mysterys... im sending them my story...

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    my a4 barks going into 2nd - a stick should smoke

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