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I have just been informed by E-Mail from Saturn Customer Assistance Center regarding the Redline Competition Package, the E-mail states as follows.

The ION Red Line Competition Package will be offered at an MSRP of
$1,365
and feature the following content:
o Limited slip differential
o Column-mounted boost gauge with programmable performance illuminated
ladder tachometer. The ION Red Line is the only vehicle that has the
illuminated ladder tachometer.
o Projector beam fog lamps
o Custom gray painted wheels with accent polished rim

The Competition Package will become an orderable option starting with
February 2005 production.
 

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but will they add it to ours?
 

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Juicer69 said:
I have just been informed by E-Mail from Saturn Customer Assistance Center regarding the Redline Competition Package, the E-mail states as follows.

The ION Red Line Competition Package will be offered at an MSRP of
$1,365
and feature the following content:
o Limited slip differential
o Column-mounted boost gauge with programmable performance illuminated
ladder tachometer. The ION Red Line is the only vehicle that has the
illuminated ladder tachometer.
o Projector beam fog lamps
o Custom gray painted wheels with accent polished rim

The Competition Package will become an orderable option starting with
February 2005 production.
Juicer,

Can I copy this and make a front page announcement (crediting you of course) ?
 

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that means that you can get the differential cheaper through the dealers.
 

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GaRsNoW said:
and whats with the ladder tach?
i'd like to know that as well
 

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Vita said:
i'd like to know that as well
I'm guessing that with 6 lights, one of them illuminates for each 1000 rpms, thus the "ladder" effect. You could see the lights with your periphery vision, and know your RPM's without actually staring at your tach. I imagine the response time of a single LED going off would be much faster than the needle swinging on a guage.
 

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LoungeLizard said:
Am I the only one who just listens to the engine to know when to shift?
Nope...but I have a light in my Camaro anyway. It helps, especially when you're not used to hearing the car while wearing a helmet. :)
 
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