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      01-31-2010, 03:07 AM   #1
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Drifting with no DSC, DSC, and then DTC


Just in case anyone wanted to know what the difference is I found this video.

Lots of people are unsure of what the difference is between DSC and DTC. Now you can see!

It looks like with DTC, the back will come around more, but the system will prevent you from doing a 360. It allows you to keep flooring it but the brakes will be applied to the necessary wheels. DSC will do the proper power modulation + braking while DTC will not do the power modulation.
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Interesting. Looks like fun. I wonder what it is like with M Dynamic mode, DSC, and no DSC for a M3. Is DTC comparable to M Dynamic Mode? Theyre completely different eh? but similar in terms of being in the middle of DSC on/off?
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Cool, M-dynamic mode still knocks off the throttle and applies brakes but still lets you have a little fun with out getting out of hand. DSC off means out of hand for most M3 drivers.
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Cool, M-dynamic mode still knocks off the throttle and applies brakes but still lets you have a little fun with out getting out of hand. DSC off means out of hand for most M3 drivers.
IMO if an M3 owner can't handle the car w/o nannies being on shame on him/her.
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IMO if an M3 owner can't handle the car w/o nannies being on shame on him/her.
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IMO if an M3 owner can't handle the car w/o nannies being on shame on him/her.


I have to handle a ton of hp/tq in a 3100-3200lb car w/ NO dtc at all, its been removed by the tuner.
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IMO if an M3 owner can't handle the car w/o nannies being on shame on him/her.
I'd be willing to bet that 90% can't do just that. Same to what Sniz says as well, but more like 2700 lbs for me. Well...maybe not tons of torque...
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I'd be willing to bet that 90% can't do just that. Same to what Sniz says as well, but more like 2700 lbs for me. Well...maybe not tons of torque...
instant TQ is what makes a car really hard to handle.....I'm expecting in the range of 450-500wtq in mine
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