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    Finally did some mods. 652 hp. Vid below.

    So i finally did my mods. Car sounds and pulls nice. However i did notice when i start the car and press the gas it releases the parking brake. Car has a manual tranny. Has anyone experienced this?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtHtVPkwd1s

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    It's supposed to.

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    Re: Finally did some mods. 652 hp. Vid below.

    But why would it only do it sometimes? I was messing around with it last night and it didn't do it all the time. Do you know if it says in the owners manual?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtHtVPkwd1s

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    Re: Finally did some mods. 652 hp. Vid below.

    sounds sweet

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    Re: Finally did some mods. 652 hp. Vid below.

    It says, "Video removed by owner" Wassup?
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    Re: Finally did some mods. 652 hp. Vid below.

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    It says, "Video removed by owner" Wassup?
    New vid posted.

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    Holy crap that's sweeeet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Houston_CTS_V View Post
    But why would it only do it sometimes? I was messing around with it last night and it didn't do it all the time. Do you know if it says in the owners manual?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtHtVPkwd1s
    The electric parking brake acts as a "hill holder" feature. It's in the owners manual. It's supposed to release everytime you release the clutch and press the gas.

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    Starting at 1:18 has up to this point been the highlight of Sunday morning. Sweetness.

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    Re: Finally did some mods. 652 hp. Vid below.

    I'll search through the manual to find the feature. Thanks all! Hope yall like the vid.

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    Re: Finally did some mods. 652 hp. Vid below.

    What were your modifications? Looks nice
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    Re: Finally did some mods. 652 hp. Vid below.

    Stainless works headers. Lingenfelter gt9 cam, ported and milled snout, 102 tb, 850 injectors, 2.55 pulley, meth.

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    There is no e lock feature on my car for hills. Idk where that came from unless my car is just broken lol. I've tried this many times because my BMW had it and I was wondering if the V did and at least mine does not unless you physically turn it on each time.

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    Re: Finally did some mods. 652 hp. Vid below.

    You have to set it manually, the automatic part is releasing when you let the clutch out and press the gas. On a hill, set the e-brake, take your foot off the brake pedal. When you want to move, just press the gas and let the clutch out like you normally would, the e-brake will automatically disengage and you won't roll backwards.

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    Re: Finally did some mods. 652 hp. Vid below.

    Quote Originally Posted by Xaqtly View Post
    You have to set it manually, the automatic part is releasing when you let the clutch out and press the gas. On a hill, set the e-brake, take your foot off the brake pedal. When you want to move, just press the gas and let the clutch out like you normally would, the e-brake will automatically disengage and you won't roll backwards.
    Sweet. I will give it a shot. Thanks

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