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I really didn't realize how slow the A6 shifts with the paddles until I drove a 650i
The BMW response seemed immediate compared to my 2009 C6.

Can a tuner tighten this up?
Later this summer I like to have the headers and CAI installed with a dyno tune
 

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Yes a tune will make the lag disappear. If you have HPTuners you could do it yourself. I seen a reduction in shift times per gear of at least .200 off shift times.

Stock 1st to 2nd took .500
Tune 1st to 2nd took .275 - .300

Just using 1st - 2nd as an example of how much time is being wasted with the stock tune.

The tune, depending on the tuner, should wake the shift response right up for you.:thumbsup::thumbsup:

Hope this helps,

Tony B.
 

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Yes a tune will make the lag disappear. If you have HPTuners you could do it yourself. I seen a reduction in shift times per gear of at least .200 off shift times.

Stock 1st to 2nd took .500
Tune 1st to 2nd took .275 - .300

Just using 1st - 2nd as an example of how much time is being wasted with the stock tune.

The tune, depending on the tuner, should wake the shift response right up for you.:thumbsup::thumbsup:

Hope this helps,

Tony B.
Hey...shouldn't you be changing diapers instead of replying to threads here?:D:buhbye:
 
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