Ok, I can finally use this stupid question thread. What happens if I install this Euroswitch instead of the other one everyone seems to use?? I know the difference is it has the coming home feature but I also notice the auto setting. Does this mean I can switch the DRL's on and off without having to use VAGCOM (they are currently disabled in anticipation of this purchase)? Thanks!
I know for the mk3/mk4 there was actually a body-lift kit that was available. For the Mk6 the ONLY thing I've seen is a spring kit (I think made by H&R). Essentially the same length springs, but they are stiffer (so they don't droop as much) and only give something like a .5" lift.
Give it time.. someone will do it. The car is just too new right now.
No.... if your new car comes with 17" there is no need to recalibrate. If you are talking about getting some track/winter wheels tires, as long as you stay with the recommended sizes (IE not too tall/too short of a sidewall) you should be fine.
On my MFI there is an option for snow tires where I can increase/decrease the speeds shown on the spedo to accomodate for slightly taller or shorter tires.
Really? That's lame....
Honestly I just got my car and haven't messed with it other than scroll through the menu, but alludes that you can adjust the speedo.
I stand corrected.
If you really want to get technical, you can check this out. http://www.miata.net/garage/tirecalc.html
Last edited by Feyd; 02-28-2011 at 12:25 PM.
Here's a stupid question for you guys: Is it possible to put a steering wheel with paddle shifters on a manual transmission car and wire or vagcom the shifters to do anything else, like cruise control speed incrementing or basic stereo controls like volume? Remember, no flaming, this is the stupid question thread!
sure. But it wouldn't be through vagcom. It's basic electronics. The paddles perform a function via a switch (I'm generalizing here), as do your volume controls on the steering wheel.
It's gonna be a pain in the ass though hahaha