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      08-14-2012, 04:37 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by tasi333 View Post
Sorry, the manual used the term "M Engine Dynamics Control" so I incorrectly abbreviated to EDC, thanks for the correction.



Fantastic info, exactly what I was looking for

So...
1. The "Power" button affects the throttle response
2. The Drivelogic (button under the DCT shifter) affects shifting aggressiveness (and throttle blip in downshifts)
3. EDC (Dampening) affects the firmness/softness of the ride

Thanks for all the responses.
Just to clarify, Drivelogic isn't a button, it's an entire package of concepts of the DCT programming. That button is just part of the package that allows driver to adjust shift speeds.