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As a reminder, the DSC Sport controller provides active suspension control, rather than the passive standard suspension controller.

The active elements in the controller allows the suspension to react to the cornering G Forces, braking and speed of the car.

I programme the maps so they are specific for each car and driver preferences.

In general, these are the settings that most people opt for
  • The suspension will feel more compliant in all maps when driving under steady throttle in a straight line.
  • There will be very little nose dive under braking.
  • When cornering, the outer shocks stiffen and the inner ones will soften to allow the car to ride kerbs on track.
  • As the car increases speed, the suspension becomes firmer.
  • Under acceleration, the suspension becomes firmer, moreso at the front.
  • There are specific settings for Drag launches, the Comfort map will give you the softest launch settings, Normal slightly harder, Race harder still.
The standard maps have launch settings that work really well. However I have maps specifically set-up for drag racing, all that is required is to let me know if you are going to a drag strip and I will send them down.

The drag maps are also specific to the power of the car, the tyres, level of grip etc. but work really well.
 

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As a reminder, the DSC Sport controller provides active suspension control, rather than the passive standard suspension controller.

The active elements in the controller allows the suspension to react to the cornering G Forces, braking and speed of the car.

I programme the maps so they are specific for each car and driver preferences.

In general, these are the settings that most people opt for
  • The suspension will feel more compliant in all maps when driving under steady throttle in a straight line.
  • There will be very little nose dive under braking.
  • When cornering, the outer shocks stiffen and the inner ones will soften to allow the car to ride kerbs on track.
  • As the car increases speed, the suspension becomes firmer.
  • Under acceleration, the suspension becomes firmer, moreso at the front.
  • There are specific settings for Drag launches, the Comfort map will give you the softest launch settings, Normal slightly harder, Race harder still.
The standard maps have launch settings that work really well. However I have maps specifically set-up for drag racing, all that is required is to let me know if you are going to a drag strip and I will send them down.

The drag maps are also specific to the power of the car, the tyres, level of grip etc. but work really well.
If the group buy doesn’t happen by the end of July, I’ll contact you directly to order.
 

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Thanks Blobbish

We now have the minimum required for a group buy and need to decide whether to accept the 5 participant Group Buy price of £970 + VAT, or hold out for further participants?

The list price in the UK is £1020+ VAT.

What you get is :-

One DSC Sport controller.

Easy to follow fitting instructions

My contact number should something need clarifying.

Lifetime support for any map adjustments.

All delivery charges to your address.

The controller will be pre-programmed with maps that are customised to the spec of your car, your driving style and the way you like your car to be balanced.

For the group buy, if there are 5 people, the price will reduce to 970 + VAT

For group buy numbers between 5 and 10, the price for everyone will reduce by a further £10 per additional participant, so if we get to 10 people, the price for everyone will be £920 + VAT.

Further details can be found here:- www.ptsys.uk/

Please add your name to the list below.

1.madmikexxx
2.jasoburch
3.wmcg
4.Blade1
5.Blobbish
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Whenever for me. Given the interest and then the difficulty in getting people to sign up, I cant see much point in waiting.
 
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