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When maserati launched the 2 seater MC Stradale they said that it is more a track car then a normal sport car. but why the MC Stradale doesnt have a transmission temp cauge? how would i know if the transmission is over heated when im speeding or playing around or even in track? weird.
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post #2 of 6 Old 06-07-2017, 03:50 PM
 
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There are no Stradales in the USA, not sure where you are. Regarding the transmission, there are several ways it will tell you if bad stuff is happening, a Christmas trees worth of weird warning signs and lights, mainly!

I doubt you will ever get it to overheat, its a tough box, fitted to cars that have much more HP than the stradale too.

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Im talking about the 2 seater F1 transmission mc stradale the ones that are in europe and asia not in USA
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I know that if something bad is happening it will give me some signs in the dashboard but why waiting till something bad happens if they can simply add a trans temp gauge to be on the safe side.
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I have no idea why, they could also have dumped the a/c, the crap radio, all the insulation and carpets, and the cup holders.. but hey they didn't, and it does not have a trans-temp gauge either.

I bet you could use a Bluetooth ODB2 reader, android tablet and some app to get some useful reading? Pure speculation!

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I have an iphone, there is an app where i can know my car transmission temp?
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