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Firebalt, you would be correct.

The Chevrolet Cobalt emplys a new and sophisticated, Drive-By-Wire system, in which the throttle valve is controlled by the computer, and not the actual foot of the driver. This means that throttle response is precise(bull), and clean(also, bull)

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Firebalt, you would be correct.

The Chevrolet Cobalt emplys a new and sophisticated, Drive-By-Wire system, in which the throttle valve is controlled by the computer, and not the actual foot of the driver. This means that throttle response is precise(bull), and clean(also, bull)

Taken straight form the manual
Yea that drive-by-wire bs is great man. I can be sitting in neutral and tap the gas and let off real fast, and theres at least a full second delay before the rpms shoot up! Definitely beats the immediate response time of direct linkage.
 

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yeah, you said it! I am gonna see what it would take to change my throttle body so i could run the linkage. I dont quite trust electronics, lol
 
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