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    2018 PP1 GT 10a. Absolutely love my car. The only thing I can complain about the 10spd is I can’t burp the throttle to show off. You know, while rolling in a manual trans, engage the clutch, burp the throttle to make some cool noises, and then proceed with whatever.

    Just watched a video of a guy taking his new GT500 to the dragstrip, and he says you can hold both paddles and then rev. You don’t catch the whole convo, so I don’t know really the context. But wondering if that’s a possibility on the 10spd? Doubt it but. It’s cold and salt on the roads so I can’t just go try.
     
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    What exactly does blurping the throttle show off?
     
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    Why can't you just pop it into neutral, burp, then back in gear?
     
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    The new GT500 has a totally different transmission (DCT) which functions entirely different and there’s no comparison to a 10R80 regarding its paddle capabilities.

    Both the S550 6R80 (2015-17) and the 10R80 (2018-current) cannot be “blipped” into neutral by holding both paddles simultaneously.
     
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    hold the brake and floor it..
     
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    THIS.
     
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    Because I’m making payments and can’t afford transmission work right.
     
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    Fortunately, the warranty covers (some) stupidity...
     
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    It will do no damage popping it in to neutral and then demonstrating your IQ level :clap:

    Seriously - going into neutral in the 10R80 does no harm even if you are moving
     
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    Shifting into neutral from drive is a fundamentally normal thing to be able to do. And shifting back into drive at idle or so RPM has zero negative side effects. How do you think you get to drive in the first place? By skipping neutral? Your car is still RPM'ing when going from P to N to D.

    Besides, why do you need to be barking in the first place? Don't be that guy.
     
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    Yeah it’s not so much the drive to neutral part, it’s that trouble is only one click above in R.

    You got me on the IQ.
     
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    The "Bubba Bark" is quite annoying, especially from another Mustang.
     
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    I just bypass the “rev your motor thing” and just let the a10 on the corn drag em down the street. Lol...
     
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    Is this your first newer car than 1982?

    The car is smart enough to know you don't want to go into R at 47 mph.
     
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