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in an auto car: jumping from N into 1 - July 2, 2009, 01:34 PM

alright well keep in mind that I'm still new to learning about cars and bikes.

I've got an automatic A4(with tiptronic for manual). It has a rev limiter in neutral set to 4k rpms. I want to know what would happen if I put it in neutral, reved it to 4k, then shifted into drive. Would it totally FK up my transmission? any other damage that would do?

Yea, i know. i told you i'm new to learning about how cars work.


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Yup. You do not want to neutral dump in an auto. Very very bad

Just leave it in auto, hold the brake and rev if you want that.
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Well, most cars will not engage the gear until the rpms are at a certain level. However, there are some cars that will...I think the kia's do not have the auto lockout...hence...good for burnouts On most cars if you raised rpms and then tried to put it into drive, the car would not engage. Not even sure why anyone would try that to begin with. I've seen people trying to drag race do that then they figure out how to power brake.


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please say its a quattro


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I thought that's what people might say. I asked a dealer if a car that i was driving had launch control and all he said was "you can put it in neutral and rev it up". I should have just tried it on the test drive and said "you told me to". I wish they had the manuals out last september when I got the car, but audi only had the automatics out, and didn't know when the manuals where comin. I was going to drive my car off a bridge if I had it for even another week so I just said "f" it and went with the auto. next one will definitely be a manual


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at least the guy is honest...
I'm actually kind of surprised the response wasn't worse.

I warned you before and after, I'm totally new. You were ALL newb scum at SOME point or another.

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as was I, thats why i commented.

Most people are pretty harsh, and this didnt go that way. maybe .net is turning over a new leaf.


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as was I, thats why i commented.

Most people are pretty harsh, and this didnt go that way. maybe .net is turning over a new leaf.
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as was I, thats why i commented.

Most people are pretty harsh, and this didnt go that way. maybe .net is turning over a new leaf.







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AWD? 2.0T or the V6? Either way its not a good thing but you can always brake boost if you have the turbo version which should give you pretty good pick up. Get on an Audi forum and ask them. See what they say Just make sure you're wearing a flame suit!


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