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Old 10-20-2012, 05:51 AM
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Originally Posted by jjsC6 View Post
This gets really confusing to newcomers, and even to me as a six month owner. My car is a 2012 550 M-Sport. I'll be damned if I still understand all the acronyms. I thought DDC was the option that automatically changes the damping of the shocks. My car has no other suspension options other than what is part of the M-Sport package. To be clear, changing from Comfort +, Comfort and Sport does change my shock settings, but my car does not have automatic suspension (damper) control.
Your dampers are active / automatic. But you don't have active anti roll (ARS).
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