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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitsuko View Post
    Maybe just something I have to get used to.
    Yes, and you will after a little bit. Just let the CVT do it's thing.



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    Quote Originally Posted by zx2uner View Post
    Yes, and you will after a little bit. Just let the CVT do it's thing.
    Thanks. I guess I am hyper vigilant when my car does something unexpected. Since my last two cars were around 20 years old when I traded I just assume something is about to break.

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    If you drive normally, you will barely notice a rubber band effect. if you push it a little more, the rubber band effect increases gradually. It is normal for CVT transmissions. Note also that there is a low/high gearing attached to the CVT in the Mirage/Space Star.



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