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Old 12-30-2012, 03:50 AM   #74
Coreycarlile911
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Join Date: May 2011
Chapter/Region: NWIC
Location: Spokane Washington
Vehicle:
2006 Wrx sti
Black pearl

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I've messed with the dccd quite a but this winter and pretty much the lower you are on the dial the less understeer there us. It really doesn't make a whole lot of difference except when in lock. For safter driving i usually have it in lock but for playing around having it open us the way to go, it's most predictable when sliding when the diff is open. Everything in between makes it more of a unpredictable slide. In lock when you break the tires loose it kinda just pushes the car to one side instead of the rear end. I wound up in a four foot ditch with bout two feet of snow in it and the diff was open. I was going no where and then I put it in lock and was able to get enough momentum in reverse to turn out. So I does help a but in certain situations but for the most part it really doesn't matter where the diff is set at you still have to be careful. I'm on bald all seasons to so this winter has been a sketchy one to say the least lol
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