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Old 06-10-2012, 05:05 PM   #1
STi-Nismo Dood
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Default DCCDPro UNI (Auto Mode) - split levels on STi Cluster still lit ON

I have a USDM STi/6MT swap. Long story, since my car does not have ABS, we used a '06 WRX ECU to avoid the DCCD and G-sensors. Therefore, we ordered the DCCDPro UNI to control the center diff. The unit after being hooked up and interfaced with the '06 STi cluster works fine.

Question: We noticed that when switching the DCCDPro to AUTO mode, the split indicator on the STi Cluster still remains lit and still can be toggled from the DCCD control wheel to a certain point; from OPEN to 65%. Is anyone else using this unit getting the same thing, or would care to explain why this is so?

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-vic
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Old 06-10-2012, 05:13 PM   #2
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I got a fast answer from Jeff, from DCCDPro. He explains:

When you are running in auto mode the "auto" ld on the dash lights up and the percentage led's will constantly display the output in an ever changing manner.

The dial is not directly affecting the ouput, it is only one of the contributors to the output level.
Throttle, acceleration etc. all add up to a much higher level of output when appropriate.

The default setting for auto mode is about half the dial setting for dry tarmac. You can increase this amount if the traction conditions get worse, or decrease it if you want the car to feel more loss in the corners.

In manual mode you can scroll through the entire output range with the dial as you have direct control of the dccd output up to 100% lock.


Meaning... the split levels will vary (as with the STi cluster split indicator) as you drive differently with the car, but you can still toggle the roller to adjust it somewhat... awesome.
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