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Old 22 Aug 2007, 05:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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DCCD what does it do?

I've got a button that says DCCD when i switch it and use a thumb wheel thingy it cycles through numbers 1-9, I think it controls were the power goes to. Am i right and what does each number represent?

Thinkin of havin a bash at powerslidin it on an open and safe area(promise) and if i can get most of the power to the rear wheel ill be laughin
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DCCD is Driver Controlled Central Diff

as you say it adjust the power to front/back, however be very carefull with which settings you use and in what conditions.

you can lock the diff, or give it gravel, snow and mud settings if im right and tbh you don't want to be driving on the wrong setting all the time cos it can damage it
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cool. Thanks mate. Think ill just leave it on auto for now and try and find out what the various settings do. Pretty cool toy though if you know how to use it
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yeah tis, sure adam at scoobyclinic had a pdf of the instructions etc, shall see if i can get if off him and post it up
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Thanks mate. That would be a great help. Beenlookin on the web and cant find anythin
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there a very good PDF nocking around somewhere with all the info, shall try and geta copy of it
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I've had DCCD before in my 5 speed box in the Type R and I didnt like it at all.. To many klanks and bands turning and trying to turn in places for my liking!

However being in Bob's late WR1 with it set to Auto, it works wonders Personally, since the 6 speed box I have doesnt have it, its heaven for me
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