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Scion FR-S Automatic Paddle Shift speed

quick video demonstrating the Scion FR-S automatic transmission shift respose time and shift speed via its paddle shifted manual mode. Car is totally stock. Rev-matches nicely and responds fast. Fun to use if you have to get the automatic.


 


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