View Single Post
      04-12-2007, 07:11 AM   #27
Steved
Lieutenant
 
Steved's Avatar
 
Drives: M3 CSL, AMG ML63, B7 RS4 Avant
Join Date: Feb 2006
Location: England

Posts: 502
iTrader: (0)

Quote:
Originally Posted by southlight View Post
I don't know if I get you right, but if it was configured like the PASM in the GT3, then it's clearly a "sport option", yeah right. But I don't know if it's configured that way. The press release says the EDC can stiffen the dampers automatically when you're driving hard in NORMAL or COMFORT mode. Doesn't sound like two different sport settings...

Best regards, south

Yes, sorry. PASM not PDC, I'm getting my Porsche acronyms mixed up (despite doing a magazine test recently - doh!).

Anyway, I would expect EDC to behave as it does in most other sporting cars. the 'sport' setting is very sporty and is usually 'firmer' than a conventional spring/damper unit. Comfort is better suited for driving through rutted city streets. Most of the time it's better to just leave it in 'normal' mode, which will be similar in firmness to a non-EDC car using conventional static dampers. The differences between each mode are usually very narrow, but 'sport' is usually too firm for normal roads.

I should find out in the next 6-8 weeks.
Steved is offline   United Kingdom
0
Reply With Quote