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    Does anyone know specifically what +R Mode changes over the standard mode?

    I know it changes:
    Chassis / Suspension Settings
    Throttle Mapping

    Does anyone know if it changes:
    Map (Increased Torque?)
    Throttle Latency (Decreased?)
    Anything else?
    Additionally what causes the louder induction noise when in +R mode? is something else at play here

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    I know it weights up the steering
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    I also know that doesn't really answer your question
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gallo24 View Post
    Does anyone know specifically what +R Mode changes over the standard mode?

    I know it changes:
    Chassis / Suspension Settings
    Throttle Mapping

    Does anyone know if it changes:
    Map (Increased Torque?)
    Throttle Latency (Decreased?)
    Anything else?
    Additionally what causes the louder induction noise when in +R mode? is something else at play here
    heavier steering, stiffer suspension, more responsive throttle and red dash lights
    the louder induction noise is you hitting boost faster because of the decreased pedal lag at low rpm
    unsure about an increase in torque on a dyno but as you know it feels better low down
    Championship White Type R GT FK2 , Tegiwa B Pipe, Remus Responder, Pipercross, Climair

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    It also makes you realise how laggy the car is when you switch it off

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    Quote Originally Posted by dweezle View Post
    It also makes you realise how laggy the car is when you switch it off
    it certainly does, so laggy i even let my old ma have a go without being worried
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    I wouldn't say mine is laggy with it switch to off

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    Drive in +R and switch it off mid run, you will the feel difference,
    I'm not saying it's not quick out of +R but for me near 5 years in () it feels like it should have come standard in +R mode

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