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R50 kick down.

Hi, on a roll tonight with my second thread I'm not sure this is the right place but I'll ask anyway.

I've got an R50 Cooper auto (that alone scares me every time I look on this forum ) and was wondering how to adjust the kick down. It's pretty keen and my boyfriend confirmed it after he drove it himself. We've had autos befor but not a mini so not sure if this is normal or not.

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