[QUOTE=R32Typhoon;67355084]S2T paddle shifters and smoked mirror turn signal housings.
I like those S2T paddles a lot
The hardest part about those damn paddles is being patient while you are trying not to break the clips that hold the pins into the paddles. Just apply pressure with one hand, and use a small flathead screwdriver to pry the plastic clips back one at a time. Would probably be really easy with 2 people. One pushing on the end of the pin while the other uses a screwdriver in each hand to pry both the clips at once. Well, not like I will have to ever do it again, thankfully lol. Having to shift used to be a pain with the original shifters, now I don't know how I lived without them. The S2T shifters are awesome for a great product.
Got her washed and then went to a campsite and scraped along some really low hanging branches. Will see if there is any damage tomorrow, meh, what are ya gunna do? That's what happens when she is your DD I guess.
Each and every time "You know you're not suppose to modify your exhaust right" yes... Luckily I'm an innocent looking kid with a clean record
i often rapid fire downshift on the paddles in M. i do this usually when coming to a stop or near stop, and i downshift more than 2 gears at once, often 4 or 5. i do this by rapid-firing the down paddle to my target gear. this is a technique you can use to skip the rev-matching for each downshift... if you rapid-fire down quick enough, it will save all the rev-matching until the target gear is reached and you stop downshifting the paddle.
this is a great technique to avoid overusing the clutch and keeping clear of all the pauses and wait-time from the rev-matching. but you can't do this with the stick. it won't downshift rapid-fire style. this is what i'm talking about. mmmkay.