Well, now it's really up in the air since Paddle Shifters are confirmed for the Automatic L99.
If you want to avoid a lot of extra electonrics and wiring like I do...I sugguest the manual 6 speed.I've been tossing this around myself. . . Do I want an auto with paddle shifter or a nice 6sp tranny. . .
Hard one to pick. . .
oooo do i know what your talking...:BangHead::BangHead: but a manual is so much more fun the rest of the time and it gives you more control over the car:roxor:A 6-spd manual and rush hour, bumper to bumper traffic, God's way to tell us we need to work out more. Clutch goes in, shift to first, clutch goes out, accelerate, move 6 feet, clutch goes in...
Actually the automatics are able to get a torque multilication factor via the torque converter....not so for a manual tranny.manuals put down more power to the wheels and multiplies torque ANYWHERE in the rpm range you decide.. manuals give a sportier feel and drive..
Well, 'Sonny', I'm pretty sure I can hold my own with a manual tranny, but I prefer the auto for other reasons. At this stage of my life, I'll leave the stick shifting to the whipper snappers.autos are for the (can I say) "mature driver" and those that do not know how to drive sticks... oh and those that drive in rush hour alot..
I will lay down a 100' burnout just like you, but not all the time. Everything in moderation..........that's something us 'mature' people say from time to time.Camaros were meant to burn rubber and bang gears - and that's exactly what I plan to do with my camaro. atriot::lol:
I'm agreeing with you 100% nothing like a A6 with a good tune perhaps a new torque converter and maybe some rearend work to put power to the ground better.I'm still leaning towards the auto. I have a feeling a stalled A6 L99 Camaro will be a beast of a daily driver. Driving a 6 speed in rush hour isn't that bad, my six speed is my daily. I'm still preferring the auto though.