i had a run with an au3 220 auto a while back at heathcote,but he had avgas in his cos he ran out of feul there and they sell no petrol.....he ran a 15.0 at 94 or 95 mph....his second run he ran a 15.5...
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Really depend's on the driver you would think an auto would be quicker but some time's this is not the case, manual's will have more power at the rear's to use but gear changes will be slower than an auto, with the same driver in both car's and a bit of practise my money would be on the manual.but it really come's down to the driver ability.
AU II XR8
XW Wagon 221-2V,
Laser a maser.
Auto is only quicker over the 400m's in most cases when set up correctly i.e. short diff gearing, auto shift kit and a high stall converter. In this form based on the same engine output the manual won't touch it. In stock form however, the manual normally is the faster devise, generally speaking of course.
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