Originally Posted by Steve.804
leave the DCCD in auto. The car is much smarter than you and will put the power where it needs to be to get you off the line as efficently as possible.
If it's 38 degrees outside the track is obviously cold as **** and so are your tires. You cannot cut outstanding 60' times in these conditions.
I don't think I'm spinning the rear wheels that much so I thought I would try using the dccd. I asked this question because I don't want to just start messing with the settings and break something or have the back end come out and put me in the wall. I know there are other people who have tried changing the settings.