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  1. Lilruben1

    Lilruben1 Ktuned ‘18 Si

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    Hey guys, I just had my first experience driving in severe rain lowered on D2 springs as well as with Ktuner. (The tune I’m running has VSA/TC OFF) It was not fun. I was basically sliding all over the place anytime I hit standing water on the freeway. This is just a heads up for you guys to be safe out there on those slick roads. Also, I was thinking @KTuner is there a way to turn VSA ON after flashing a tune with it turned off? If not, would that be a possibility in future software updates? That way if we ever have to drive in inclement weather instead of flashing a whole other tune (which might or might not have it disabled cause tbh I forget what some of them have and I’m sure a lot of us do) in order for us to be able to drive safely?
    Like before, be safe guys! Thanks.
     
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    The point of disabling something is to have it disabled. If you want to use it sometimes leave it enabled and disable it when you want with the regular commands.
     
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    #4 gtman, May 12, 2019
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    OP, sounds like you might want to consider setting up the Advanced VSA instead of disabling it.

    JR, reading between the lines, I think the guy was asking if you could set up a way of just pressing a single button instead of doing the pedal dance to fully on/off VSA.
     
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    He asked if there's a way to turn it on after you've disabled it in a tune. No, but there's always been a way to disable it when it's enabled in a tune. Stick to that, was my point. :)
     
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