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Really surprised today when going up medium steep short climb that because there was wheel slip, the engine kept slowing down until the car stopped. Do you really have to disengage limited slip to drive up hills? I could floor the petal and still get no revs out of the engine. Is this right?
 

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I thought the Gen5 had open differentials? :confused2:

Are you talking about VSA, which is a type of traction control? If so, then yes, under SOME circumstances you are better off disabling it, as this allows the wheels to spin (rather than the VSA system applying brakes, attempting to grip).
 
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