I have one and I like it a lot. The base programming is very different from stock, and it's user-adjustable. I wasn't totally happy with the Comfort settings on mine so I made some adjustments to get it where I like it. I'm there now, but it took a lot of trial-and-error. As for the dampers themselves, I agree with 949. The mag ride shocks are magic compared to regular OEM/street dampers, but they have limitations that are a consequence of the physics of how they work that keep them from performing at the level of a DSSV for instance.Not much activity on this topic. I've been running a DSC Magnetuner for almost a year. Anyone else? It is very popular on the Corvette forum.
That's good to know. I would like to get one of these in the future as I'm at the limit of what I want to do mechanically to the car right now (R Springs, rear bar, lighter wheels, SC2 tires, camber plates)If you mean you might mess up the programming it is a simple one minute process to restore the DSC settings. There are actually only a couple of settings you might tweak and getting the hang of it is pretty easy. The main thing I played with is the sensitivity figure which determines how readily it switches out of the comfort zone
Can anyone comment about how the Cortex programming differs? Having the DSC track program potentially be a desired everyday setting makes it sound a bit de-tuned for the track?
Those 11' wide front rims must make parking a challenge... ;-]I'm running the DSC controller with Ford Performance springs with SVE 11' front 11.5 " rear with 305 front 315 rear PSC2 stock sway bars DSC camber caster settings .