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Depending on how long you've had the DSG, you might check out your state's cool-down period law (if it has one). That is, as long as the dealership doesn't have a disclaimer for it posted. I think South Dakota allows a cool-down period (let's you change your mind within a certain number of days), but the dealership I got my wife's car at had a disclaimer posted that revokes the cool-down right. Beyond that, you can just hope your dealer is very lenient and really wants to keep your business. They'd be happy to sell you another car, I'm sure.
 

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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
that the thing, i dont wanna take a loss for it

anyone know CA's cool down period?
 

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yee said:
that the thing, i dont wanna take a loss for it

anyone know CA's cool down period?
+1 CA has No cool down period...

Yee- have u tried getting the REVO 5hr demo- the shifting seems a lil better...
 

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revo runs the engine too lean tho. i was thinking giac or apr. anyone experience smoother shifts with that?
 

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yee said:
revo runs the engine too lean tho. i was thinking giac or apr. anyone experience smoother shifts with that?
Where did you hear that about the Revo? (the APR is almost identical from what I have heard- the GIAC has a few flat spots).
 

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dude look at the chip discussions. i hear revo's the least reliable, apr the most.
 
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