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Old 04-12-2010, 06:17 PM
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Hello again guys, I was wondering about the ASC button, I always have it off when i drive, But i was thinking when would it be necessary to have it on? Maybe when i am pushing hard on back roads with my Buddy's? I turned it back on and it seemed to slide less and not kick out the rear as much, thus allowing me to push harder and make it threw the roads faster. I would appreciate your guys input on the subject. Thanks -Matt

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You kinda answered your own question. It prevent you from loosing grip.
My best guess for you would be to have it on in the *snow, gravel & off road*.
Any environment that has minimal grip you may want to turn ASC on.
If you are confident with it off, drive with ASC off for fun factor.
Im sure you can handle corners, right?
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Yeah i havent upgraded the springs or the wheels/rubber yet tho, so it slides some. How much hp did u put down btw?
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