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Old 12-03-2015, 09:49 AM
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981/991 DSC Sport V2 Controllers Now Available!
Introducing Tuning Software, Velocity Table, and Magnetic Motor Mount Control

With years of success developing the 987/997 DSC controllers, DSC Sport is proud to release the new 981/991 DSC Sport Velocity (V2) controller. The V2 controller utilizes much of the same technology and programming capabilities as the previous generation controllers, once again offering both improved track performance and street comfort. Additionally, the V2 controller introduces a velocity table and magnetic motor mount tuning control, available for the 981/991 chassis.

All 981/991 models are Velocity compatible, made possible by the factory four wheel ride height sensors now equipped on all models. Velocity tuning allows adjustment based on the velocity of the piston rod movement, more accurately tuning the chassis to road surface changes. This feature provides a new dimension of tuning that maximizes both performance and comfort.
For vehicles equipped with the (Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control) PDCC option, the V2 controller improves upon the magnetic motor mount control offered as an option from the factory. This is a vital improvement for precision handling in fast corners, high speed transitions, and rapid load changes.

Along with the V2 controller release, DSC Sport tuning software will be available for download at www.dscsport.com on December 7, 2015. The tuning software allows users to create, share, and download custom suspension tuning files to be used for specific tracks or roads, unique rain set ups, or to improve compatability with other aftermarket products and vehicle setups.

We are currently sold out of the first production run of DSC V2 controllers. If you would like to reserve yours, simply email Jordan at [email protected] with your full name, email, phone number, and year/make/model. More units are on the way and, and we will be fulfilling new shipments shortly.








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Old 12-03-2015, 06:35 PM
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Excellent, still looking for a dealer in the NW, I'm still interested! Also you have my preorder for my 991-3!
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Fundamentally, why is this better than what Porsche has done? That is, if it is relatively easy to make the car perform better on track by trying to hack into the system from the outside, just imagine how well it could be made to work with full access to the internal data and real time operation in the ECU directly, so why is Porsche holding back?

Just curious.
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What Porsche has isn't configurable for differing shock tuning. Also my understanding is the the DSC modules are active in their adjustment of the shocks for rebound and compression. So that under braking the front compression would increase to reduce squat, and then when not under braking they come back to less compression to keep the car planted in the corner. This also can allow you to run less spring rate to keep the car more compliant...

I believe the DSC Velocity also lets you log the performance of the shocks around the track to see how you might improve the setup both from programming and from other setup changes...
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Originally Posted by Jamie_GT3 View Post
What Porsche has isn't configurable for differing shock tuning. Also my understanding is the the DSC modules are active in their adjustment of the shocks for rebound and compression. So that under braking the front compression would increase to reduce squat, and then when not under braking they come back to less compression to keep the car planted in the corner. This also can allow you to run less spring rate to keep the car more compliant...

I believe the DSC Velocity also lets you log the performance of the shocks around the track to see how you might improve the setup both from programming and from other setup changes...
And Porsche GT Division would leave software-optimizable track performance on the table why exactly?
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Can't answer that, you'd have to call Andreas and ask him...
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