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    Does anyone know if you disengage the traction control via the sport button whether or not this will affect the IDS (handling). Obviously it is a little more important when driving the Zaffy, just wondered if anyone had tried the car in this mode & to what extent it affects the drive ability?

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    If you press sport for about 5 seconds (when the light is off) you will switch off traction control. Sometimes it's not possible driving without ;D. Like being fast on a wet track with lots of bends you should better turn it on again.

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      cheers twinsport, I understand about swtching traction control off, but was wondering whether it switched off the IDS (particularly important on vehicle of this size & height) thus causing handling problems!

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      • #4
        It's just switching off ESP (is it ESP called in England, too?).

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        • #5
          it is, so it would seem that the IDS is always on?

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          • #6
            Yes, I think so.

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            • #7
              Alway on is right,when the sport button is used to disengage the traction control there is still handling management running in the background,you cannot switch it all of totally
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                • #9
                  I've never tried this in the wet - guess it'll be amusing!

                  I'll have a bash tomorrow and compare notes.

                  Marc

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