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      04-25-2016, 07:59 AM   #17
Zyal8r
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DSC off experience

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Originally Posted by talhagursoy View Post
I don't really recommend turning it off and floor, if you don't have enough "DSC OFF" experience. These cars don't have LSDs, so it is so hard to control the car after it spins. One wheel start spinning, car stops giving power to that wheel but other wheel is still getting the power so you may loss your control easily. It is fun after you learn it but would be a nightmare if you spin middle of the road.
Glad you brought that up. I have owned 300+HP cars since the 60s. They did have limited slip differentials,but no electronics whatsoever. Now with the electronics and the buttons the driver doesn't get much chance to learn the car under controlled conditions with the electronics off. We also did not have wide low profile, staggered tire set ups with negative camber. I am thinking that with dsc off it will understeer strongly but as you warned, require careful throttle to avoid sudden power oversteer when cornering. ("which can be fun") With the DSC off is it any different than any other car in that respect or is it more dramatic because of the rearward weight bias?
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