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Old 11-13-2011, 04:01 PM
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fine, call me newbie... (Cincinnati I need some Help)

Alright real talk im gonna get **** for saying this... but... I know I can jump in the glove and check out how to turn on/off the traction control? One... I can do this yea!? And two... what is the proper way of engaging and disengaging the rear slip... I have been an owner of an rx8 for 3-4 years (2004 deleted catback HKS, and AEM cold air intake) on to my next question, I don't think im getting what I should be out of this car as far as HP goes.... any suggestions to get this beast moving with the minimal upgrades I installed?!?!
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Alright real talk im gonna get **** for saying this... but... I know I can jump in the glove and check out how to turn on/off the traction control? One... I can do this yea!? And two... what is the proper way of engaging and disengaging the rear slip... I have been an owner of an rx8 for 3-4 years (2004 deleted catback HKS, and AEM cold air intake) on to my next question, I don't think im getting what I should be out of this car as far as HP goes.... any suggestions to get this beast moving with the minimal upgrades I installed?!?!

Also, I've noticed some active rx8 clubs around cincinnati, OH.. any suggestions on what? When? Where?
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Old 11-13-2011, 04:06 PM
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just, no...
You already point out your laziness. I hope you get no help
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Old 11-13-2011, 04:24 PM
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Why is this in the Purchasing and Financing section?

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Old 11-13-2011, 04:41 PM
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We're getting a TON of people not searching lately.. Like, woah.

Are you asking how to engage/disengage DSC? Just press the button to the left of your steering wheel on the dash. If you press and hold it for 5 or so seconds, it turns all assists off. However, you will have to turn the car off and back on to turn them back on once you disengage everything.

For the clubs, look at the bottom of Rx8club.com, and you'll find regional sections. Just find your's.

Also, this is posted in the wrong area of the forums.

And, the limited slip can't be turned off. Just DSC and Traction Control.
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You deserve the Noob badge for posting in the Finance section, noob.
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