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      09-29-2013, 04:51 AM   #1
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KWv3 on EDC

my car is E92 M3 with competition package. hence EDC comes as standard with zcp

i am considering KWv3 with EDC cancel module.
question: apart from loosing the EDC function on the dampers, does it affect other parameters in the car?
what is the difference between EDC on zcp M3 vs EDC on standard M3?
means that a zcp M3 with KWv3 will be exactly same as a standard M3 with KWv3?
does the EDC control anything else apart from damper rate?
what is the difference between EDC on zcp M3 vs ECD on standard M3?

i am just thinking is it worthwhile to change to KWv3 when i paid extra for the zcp option
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      09-29-2013, 11:07 PM   #2
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When you have a zcp edc then you have a setting called "sport +" which the non zcp edc does not have. Ultimately only stiffening the car a tiny bit more than the normal "sport" setting that comes with the non zcp edc. After owning both editions I can tell you that there is a very small difference. Once coilovers are installed the edc will no longer matter since you can adjust your suspension setting to your liking. I say go for it, the car drives a shit ton better on coils.
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