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      06-15-2019, 11:16 PM   #1
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DCT Exhaust Note in Auto vs Paddles

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I've had the car for about a week now and just started using the paddle shifters. In sports+, the exhaust note seems to have come alive with paddles...way more so then in auto mode in sports+.

Is this how BMW intended it to be? Or is it the fact I'm reving out each gear a but higher than in auto mode thats causing the over run burbles and cracks to be that much more constant and aggressively pronounced?
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Or is it the fact I'm reving out each gear a but higher than in auto mode thats causing the over run burbles and cracks to be that much more constant and aggressively pronounced?

My take is that it's this. I do the same and experience the same. Engine is winding down from high rpm's making all that noise in the exhaust.
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