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Trust me, you want to go with wmi, especially in that FL heat while running Injens. Besides that, if you look at the heaviest hitters on the Dragy board, they all run WMI. It's definitely the way to go and I'd do it myself if I weren't trading soon.
One of the good things about the jb4 is being able to see what's going on in the ecu through datalogs. I just looked at my last log while using LC; there's zero boost until 2200 rpm and throttle doesn't open all the way until 20 mph.
So, you're right, LC is basically useless and the burnout...
While I've never tried it at a strip, I've had luck getting RPMs/boost up for a nice RWD burnout by holding the e-brake. If you disable traction and stability control, hold the e-brake while boost builds, then release it when you're ready to launch, it takes off way harder than launch control...
Couple things I noticed recently on a long drive home (some may only apply GT2):
-Auto high beams and swiveling lights only work if the switch is in AUTO
-If using cruise while in Smart mode, it automatically selects Comfort and won't allow Eco.
-If using Sport mode on the highway, it will only...
After two years I just discovered that if you hold the cruise button in the up position speed climbs in increments of 5 mph. All this time I was just clicking it repeatedly when trying to raise the speed.
I never even sat in or drove mine before I bought it, so, I didn't know what to expect when I took delivery and got inside the first time. I do recall being blown away though, loved the smell, the LEDs everywhere, and the low, supportive seats.
My car's twin right there. Brings back memories of picking her up on a cold December night in 2017, in front of a small crowd of customers and staff (I bought the first one to arrive at the dealership and in the whole city).
I've actually experienced similar, but it was a rear passenger door. There was no weight on it and no indication that a door was ajar; I took a right turn and it flew open and the panicky warning beep sounded (nearly giving me a small heart attack). It hasn't happened since and to this day I...