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      07-08-2021, 10:03 AM   #1
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What's quite cool to see is that with DSC fully off and M Traction Control on 10, you struggle getting the tail out (on a regular RWD M3/M4)

So for those with AWD's on order, could this mean that setting it to RWD mode (which can only be enabled with DSC fully off) you can still get a decent level of traction control by setting M Traction Control to setting 10? Unlike the M5 where setting it to RWD means traction fully off, therefore no safety net.

I know this was a topic of discussion in a different thread, sounds like M Traction Control is worth the money (for those in the US) if you want to drive in RWD mode from time to time but don't want to risk running traction fully off (for obvious reasons)
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