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Suspension Control Module CONNECTOR - How to remove and replace?

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As I understand it, you can, but the canned programming has been shown to work. After watching some videos, the thing you guys may want to change is the milliseconds it controls the shocks during the launch.
For the price of it I hope it's programmable . Also there are a lot of different variables and it would me nice to fine tune your suspension as needed .

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So how did you release the tabs?
 
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So how did you release the tabs?
It was a trick. Slide the bottom (what seems like the meat of the connector) to the outside. Not the top part as we guessed. When you begin to slide it, it releases easy. The install is basically to SLIDE the connector back on. It does it quick and with a click, you know it is right, or it is wrong. Know what I mean?
 

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This is awesome, excited to hear what you think. I’m eyeing this mod seriously!
 

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I believe the DSC controller is programmable. I'm not sure if the Diablo sport unit is. The DSC is a couple hundred more expensive last time I looked.
I still think the Diablo sport unit is the same as the DSC and likely just branded as Diablo Sport. Hopefully it can be programmed as well.
 

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I have the DSC controller. Yep, those connectors are weird to disconnect but just follow the guide angle. The controller is programmable. Programming protocol totally different then PCM tuning (I have HP). I’m using this setup with Demon shocks and springs.
 
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I have the DSC controller. Yep, those connectors are weird to disconnect but just follow the guide angle. The controller is programmable and to my knowledge has nothing to do with DiabloSport. Programming protocol totally different then PCM tuning (I have HP). I’m using this setup with Demon shocks and springs.
Great! Tell us more about your actual experience after modifications.
 

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Watching and waiting to see if and what it does on a drag racing setup.
 

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Mail me yours, we have no snow, I will install, street test, and mail back. :)
 

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Waiting to hear how it performs in the street application. That's where I hunt. :)
 
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This was not much, but I needed to turn it around. Done with the rear stuff and need to work on the oil and front end stuff now. Darn that rear suspension is beautiful. So out of the drive, up to the Cul-d-sac, back. Why not? In the little deal I noticed several things! The brakes seemed nearly dead, but it is stupid cold. That was weird, but they are Powerstops.

While attempting to nose dive it, with hard braking, it won’t. Seemed to stiffen up against me. I could feel that was instantly different. It seemed more stiff, but more comfortable.

I have not driven it for a while, but while trying to aggressively turn (it’s cold), she seemed resistant to any leaning at all. Did not want to skid the rollers around too much, I am sure they were getting “chilly” quick.

Then a minor but most interesting thing. While pulling into the garage, the brain remembers the little bump from the drive concrete to the garage and the space you can “feel”. Nope, not the same, noticeable so much I backed up and did it again! About as numb a feel as my smell right now on the Wuhan Chinese Virus I am entertaining. If those shocks absorb road joints similar to that, then alone that is a big wow for starters. That and the resistance to front end dive while braking was easy to pick up on.
 

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This was not much, but I needed to turn it around. Done with the rear stuff and need to work on the oil and front end stuff now. Darn that rear suspension is beautiful. So out of the drive, up to the Cul-d-sac, back. Why not? In the little deal I noticed several things! The brakes seemed nearly dead, but it is stupid cold. That was weird, but they are Powerstops.

While attempting to nose dive it, with hard braking, it won’t. Seemed to stiffen up against me. I could feel that was instantly different. It seemed more stiff, but more comfortable.

I have not driven it for a while, but while trying to aggressively turn (it’s cold), she seemed resistant to any leaning at all. Did not want to skid the rollers around too much, I am sure they were getting “chilly” quick.

Then a minor but most interesting thing. While pulling into the garage, the brain remembers the little bump from the drive concrete to the garage and the space you can “feel”. Nope, not the same, noticeable so much I backed up and did it again! About as numb a feel as my smell right now on the Wuhan Chinese Virus I am entertaining. If those shocks absorb road joints similar to that, then alone that is a big wow for starters. That and the resistance to front end dive while braking was easy to pick up on.
Waiting for further feedback before I pull the trigger.

Thx
 

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Got half the idea to send it off to one of you for a couple of weeks. Jim, your hard pressed to find a drag strip unless your taking your snowmobile right now too. AND the next 2-3 wk forecast is not pretty about anywhere.

May need to suck it up and head down to Oklahoma again early this year. They do the first stuff in March. It was not a bad deal down there, the people all had the right attitude. Problem is vacations in Mexico are also in the way! Problems abound.
 

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I find it strange they are not answering any questions on their web site. I’m leaning away from this thing.
 

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Got half the idea to send it off to one of you for a couple of weeks. Jim, your hard pressed to find a drag strip unless your taking your snowmobile right now too. AND the next 2-3 wk forecast is not pretty about anywhere.

May need to suck it up and head down to Oklahoma again early this year. They do the first stuff in March. It was not a bad deal down there, the people all had the right attitude. Problem is vacations in Mexico are also in the way! Problems abound.[/QUOTE
I find it strange they are not answering any questions on their web site. I’m leaning away from this thing.
hummm they didn’t reply too me either!
 

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