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Re: Drive Select Modes

Post by rsrajin on Sat Jul 06, 2013 11:06 am

Bro genkis3,

It returns back to D!!

Looks like Audi wants to make really really sure "if" you want to drive in dynamic mode Rolling Eyes 

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Re: Drive Select Modes

Post by Admin on Sat Jul 06, 2013 10:56 am

rsrajin wrote:Finally broke the 1,500km run in period. Switched to dynamic drive for the first time today.

WOW!!  

The other modes pale in comparison. Will just stick to dynamic for now in continuing the wow factor .. Smile

I still have about 500km to go before I can unleash hell. Hehe

Meanwhile, enjoying the slow comfort drive and using hybrid driving techniques as much as possible since I foresee I won't be using it too often after that.

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Post by Admin on Sat Jul 06, 2013 10:45 am

genkis3 wrote:i thought drive select modes are not affect A6H suspension... correct me if im wrong.

I think you may be right as the A6h is not equipped with adaptive air suspension.  The guy at audizine claimed that the standard Audi drive select mode also 'tightens' the damping of the absorbers/suspension in dynamic modes while the AAS allows for more dynamic changes to speed including lowering and raising the height of the car.  Don't know which is correct but one thing's sure, use comfort mode for longer distance drives.  The car will be very much at home in auto mode settings in normal city drives

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Re: Drive Select Modes

Post by genkis3 on Sat Jul 06, 2013 12:28 am

rsrajin,
could u do me a favour?
switch to dynamic mode the gearbox will switch to S-mode. try switch off engine, restart and see gearbox is still in S or D...
mine will return to D .Sad 

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Post by rsrajin on Fri Jul 05, 2013 7:43 pm

Finally broke the 1,500km run in period. Switched to dynamic drive for the first time today.

WOW!!  

The other modes pale in comparison. Will just stick to dynamic for now in continuing the wow factor .. Smile

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Post by genkis3 on Fri Jul 05, 2013 6:53 pm

i thought drive select modes are not affect A6H suspension... correct me if im wrong.

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Re: Drive Select Modes

Post by Admin on Fri Jul 05, 2013 11:45 am

Twisted Evil 
walkman wrote:Individual:
Dynamic Steering, Comfort Engine/Gearbox

Recommendation in audi forums is not to use comfort mode in normal drives as the suspension of setting is set to comfort soft and compromises handling especially high speed and cornering.

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Re: Drive Select Modes

Post by walkman on Fri Jul 05, 2013 10:58 am

Individual:
Dynamic Steering, Comfort Engine/Gearbox

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Drive Select Modes

Post by Admin on Fri Jul 05, 2013 8:26 am

What drive select modes are you on?

According to the manual, the individual drive select modes are best suited to the following scenarios

Comfort - Long, straight highway drives on that valid kampung moment

Auto - Most ideal for daily drive, speed based auto adjustment of steering, suspension and engine response.

Dynamic -for that clear city roads on weekends or first part of that famous long twisty stretches of the Karak - East Coast highway

Individual - my default setting now for city drives. I find The steering to be too light on auto thus I adjusted for the steering to be in dynamic while engine/gearbox to be in auto. Tighter steering control now, still light and devoid of road feel but much better than auto mode exclusively.

What's yours?

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