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Re: Difference between sport mode on the dial and 'sport' on the shifter?

FYI, there is a difference both in the suspension and shift programs between "sport" and "track" on the rotary dial.

Track firms the shifts even further and maintains all torque generated between shifts. It also takes away 8th gear if you have noticed. There is no auto shift when in manual shifting mode in track either. You can bounce off the rev limiter all you want and it won't shift for you. Also, track suspension is "full firm".

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