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I think it may also have to do with the heavy-duty modular clutch. That's what they mean when they talk about "drivability." If it's heavy-duty enough to have the holding power, it's going to want more throttle. Don't worry about it. If it does it again, stop, put it in neutral, push in the clutch, and put it in gear again and back out. It's not perfect when you're babying it.

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Hmm, I get a bit of noise that is transmitted through the gearshift will driving at moderate speeds, mostly in third gear. Kind of annoying, I will be visiting the dealer soon to have it looked at.
 

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I have that issue too....man can u say tight like a virgin!!

Also that darn accelerator pedal is soooo soft yet still requires more pressure on it than normal cars. I find myself chattering a lot...esp backing into the garage. Just gotta get used to it though.
 

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cali said:
I find myself chattering a lot...esp backing into the garage.
Off topic but, be careful with the carbon minoxide gases in your garage due to backing it in. You'd be surprised how little CM it takes to do some damage. If seeing the front of your SRT-4 when you open the garage door is worth it to you, just ignore me. :wink:
 

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hmmm, im feeling tired. i guess ill just take a short nap in my car. :lol:
 
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