Tuesday, August 23, 2005

CRUISE CONTROL RADIO PODCAST 8/20/05 HR1

CRUISE CONTROL RADIO PODCAST 8/20/05 HR1

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This week Fred and Les get shifty discussing the future of automatic transmissions with 6, 7
even 8 speeds. Plus they react to the surprise announcement of a six speed paddle shifted
automatic in the 2006 Corvette.

Plus does your car have all the horsepower it was advertised to have? Why some factory ratings will be changing both up and down.

GM's Onstar will be able to call owners and inform them that their car has been recalled. What do you think a good or bad idea?

At the wheel reviews of a Chevy Cobalt LS coupe and the Volvo XC90 V8.

And we announce the winners of the Royal Purple synthetic makeover contest.

NEXT WEEK ALL CORVETTES! With Dave Hill and team....

For More Information got to http://www.cruisecontrolradio.com/

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