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This is a discussion on Drifting Gone Bad... within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by Ventura'sWRX Just when I was starting not to like you. But I agree live and learn, just ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ventura'sWRX View Post
    Just when I was starting not to like you. But I agree live and learn, just like today. Side note I'm 37.
    Sorry for stepping on your toes, I get easily frustrated with people. Glad we could clear the air.

    Back on topic....

    I'm a little confused about the RWD bias? I know the sti has the differential knob, but you can put more power to the rear wheels?
    I have a wrx, so i don't have any of that fancy equipment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ventura'sWRX View Post
    I asked the same thing.

    It means your a masturbater in English "street language" (slang).
    Well i learned something today
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    Quote Originally Posted by AllShallPerishJ View Post
    Sorry for stepping on your toes, I get easily frustrated with people. Glad we could clear the air.

    Back on topic....

    I'm a little confused about the RWD bias? I know the sti has the differential knob, but you can put more power to the rear wheels?
    I have a wrx, so i don't have any of that fancy equipment.
    Yeah i believe they put it in the newer ones for some reason, i am yet to learn how to use it. this is my first subaru so i am a virgin in some sense. im hoping to learn from other owners on this site about it.

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    2 references to help you understand the DCCD:

    1) Your owner's manual
    2) DCCD Explained

    a little off topic, but do you have a tune? I noticed you posted that you have a DP, BOV, and intake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alax25 View Post
    2 references to help you understand the DCCD:

    1) Your owner's manual
    2) DCCD Explained

    a little off topic, but do you have a tune? I noticed you posted that you have a DP, BOV, and intake.
    Oh nice! i didnt even think to check that out haha. and no, not tuned. i just put all that stuff on within the last 2 weeks. Know of any good places to take it by chance? i know of one but i heard their work is iffy.. i take that back you dont live in colorado.. my bad. anyone else know?

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    only place i have been to is mac autosports. They are located in parker and the tuner is a knowledgable nice guy.
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    Glad to see everyone is getting along now


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    Quote Originally Posted by SwampAssassin View Post
    Yeah i believe they put it in the newer ones for some reason, i am yet to learn how to use it.
    Yeah I'm afraid you can NOT make it RWD using your DCCD knob. It does change the torque bias but it is definitely not a RWD car in any way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yamaha_rider619 View Post
    only place i have been to is mac autosports. They are located in parker and the tuner is a knowledgable nice guy.
    Nice, where abouts in parker? im out there often for work. ill have to look into it for sure.. trenz said they can tune it but i am not sure about them sometimes

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    Quote Originally Posted by mycologist View Post
    Glad to see everyone is getting along now


    Just so everyone knows, in the future stop before the "tosser" point please.
    Your a little too late, now my wife calls me that all the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SwampAssassin View Post
    Nice, where abouts in parker? im out there often for work. ill have to look into it for sure.. trenz said they can tune it but i am not sure about them sometimes
    its close to Parker road and e-470, i would call and discuss prices before you go in though...
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    Glad to see everyone is getting along now. For a second I thought I was on nasioc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ventura'sWRX View Post
    Sometimes people here talk to much.
    I'm sure you'de love nasioc.
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    well all have to remember that we all drive wrx's here.... You can't just tell the guy not to have fun with his car. It's like saying, "oh you have a fun fast car, but don't you dare push that gas pedal!"

    we just have to be safe about what we do. So if you wanna do this kinda stuff, try to do it in a place where the worst that can happen is that you kill some cones (autocross)

    have fun and don't be dumb
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