The only problem i have found with this is when mine shifts to second and breaks loose and starts to step a bit sideways the vsc kicks in and takes power away,,,, So if i am gonna push it ,,, i just kill it all ,,, and hold her down for 3 seconds,,,,:devil:If you want to race, press the button once. It turns off VSC/TRAC and turns on AUTO-LSD. The Auto-LSD doesn't kill the engine like TRAC does.
That means light 'em up, Dude! Actually means your auto limited slip is activated which will apply brakes to slow down the spinning wheel as opposed to cutting power and applyiing brakes in VSC mode.when you press it once the car with the burnout behind it comes on what does that mean?
I have no idea what your talking about but running different diameter tires definately wouldn't work on a 4WD.It seems to be the consensus that traction control takes away alot of power on hard acceleration. My idea is that If a slightly taller tire were used in the rear (e.g. 305/60R18) it would cause the rear tire to spin relatively slower than the front under normal driving. Under hard acceleration, this would allow the rear tires to slip more before the traction control intervenes. This would allow more power to the rear tires without blowing out the tires. Maybe this will allow the traction control to work for us instead of against us in a race. There is a 2.5% difference between the 2 sizes-hopefully this wouldn't cause adverse effects.