Originally Posted by Xenonk
Let the car warm up some.. it's the tranny fluids that needs to get warmed up a little bit.. dont forget, this darn thing has a lighten flywheel, so you gotta spin it up a little bit to get the studderring out of it.
I've driven car with very lightweight flywheels and its never happened. My car does this anytime I try to give it some throttle at low RPMs it obviously has to do with the fuel delivery its not smoothed out so its choking up.
'05 Black Legacy GT Wagon 5-spd
'02 Topaz/Black 330Ci 5-spd
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