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HOTG8R replied to Loren's topic in Work on Cars (Sacramento/Elk Grove/Rocklin/Roseville Area)I'm still interested .. let me know when is the new date !
Last time I communicated with Dave on IM, he said we are going to meet in August. But there is no specific date yet!
Very good information here !! Thanks guys. I just have one comment on turning PSM off.. you can't really turn it off completely, as it will still work under certain condition even if you switch it off When PSM is off, the vehicle is stabilized as soon as one the two front wheels enters the ABS control range. When PSM is off and sport mode is on, the vehicle is stabilized as soon as both front wheels enter the ABS control range. One sided spinning of the wheels is reduced even with PSM switched off, to enable optimum traction on all drive wheels. "taken directly from the manual" I personally love my sport chrono, I turn it on as soon as get in the car, and I wish there was a way to keep it on all the time. The car accelerates much faster and I feel that I have satisfying power to overtake anyone... not the case with it off .. or it will take a little longer to do the same. when I had the car new and I had the sports chrono on, I got a little scare when I felt the car did not adjust fast enough on an exit ramp. Then reading the manual I understood what happened, the PSM reacted later that with sport chrono off. I was still learning the car's capabilities by pushing it to the limit to see how far I can go. So I have to say, it is very true that you will get used to 2 different cars, one with sport chrono off and another with it on.. unless you try to drive it with it on all the time.
I'm in if this is happening again.. I'm in Roseville. If not, does anyone know a good shop in the area for an oil change/brake fluid flush and a short shifter install on an 06 Cayman S !?