lololol i coulnt agree with you more shaar esp the post count. some ppl on here I beleive think they are superior to others because of their post count.I HAVE NOT SINGLED ANYONE OUT. so dont jump to conclusion who ever reads this.
excellent! i wish someone would have found this back when i owned a 5th gen accord. this would have been a real nice read! its a good read on all the years of the legend for sure!hinow said:Thanks Shaar, I've owned Legends since 1987 and lurked since legend.org days and this was the first time I've seen that site. Had a great time browsing the site, even moreso because I can read a little of the Japanese on the site that's not translated.
i can't read japanese, i can just go off what the website is translating for me, but from what i can tell, the computer is definitely changing gears based on what the car is doing, i.e it can tell you'e going downhill, so will drop a gear for you.RangerJoe said:Its not hill descent, or ascent.
just because it wont shift out of gear going 10mph, doesnt mean there is a specifically made "hill ascent" action taking place in the computer.
because thats what the systems do today. they limit you to like 3-5mph, no matter how much you throttle the car.
this lets the rear seats (sedan only i believe) slide forward a bit while the back portion of the seat reclines back a bit. this is an amazing feature that i wish i had in my coupe.92drls said:Heres a random option I saw that made no sense, what would this feature be? "Seat back side seat slide switch"
swift said:betcha u didnt know this...Just another reason to go with 3.5.
Balance shaft used in the 3.5. Reduces engine vibration. Consumes a few hp due to the added drag. I'd probably remove the belt to disable it and retain the hp. Sorry for the O/T post.Shaylord said:what is that?
power and heated rear seats. Man I want a jdm legend!Jaynise said:I originaly thought they were talking about the switch on the passenger side of our 2dr so the rear passenger could ajust the front seat for clearance. But if it was for the sedan than thats sick. Power rear seats.
I second that.Bang&Olufsen DK said:im surprised nobody noticed the fact that anytime you let off the throttle you get engine braking..
it's in the way the transmission is designed with the one way clutches and in the programming...
also above 1200rpm 1000rpm manual, the injector pulsewidth is reduced to about nothing to save fuel while decelerating, hence the transmission needing to keep the engine spinning and you get "decent control"
something like a Jake Brake on big diesels.