After when you've properly break-in/run-in your car. Turn off the VSA and bring the car to redline in the first few gears in a safe environment and try to take a few corners with it off. That'll give you a better understanding how VSA works and it's purpose.Ransak said:OK - so I've had my TSX for a week tomorrow ... I've NEVER touched the VSA button (i.e. - never turned it off). Question - when and why might a TSX driver WANT to turn it off? The switch has got to be there for a reason.
Unless you're getting wheel spin, its your imagination...spyguy said:you also notice a slight gain in power when you drive normally with the VSA off.
maybe its my imagination, but i feel it.
The best thing about VSA is that it can detect slip faster than the driver, which helps keep your intened driving line. But VSA is only an aide, and should never replace the drivers common sense. VSA isn't going to save you if you're driving 85mph on a slush/snow covered road and you have to make a sudden lane change...MemphisRheins said:Well Steve as the VSA Tester, whats ur feelings on the usefulness of it