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Performance "shift" Mode & sway bar end l link question

Mad_Trbo

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Joined
Aug 6, 2015
Messages
27
Location
Dallas
My XLR/V(s)
XLR/V
Looking to see if there is anyway to adjust the software so the XLR-v is always in Performance shift mode for the benefit of the stiffer suspension?

In regular drive, the suspension is simply to soft, I almost feel like the mono spring isn't properly matched because it feels like the suspension travels through it's complete cycle to easily when in non Performance "shift" Mode.

I wrote in another post I am experiencing a clunk when traversing the mean streets of Dallas at a slow rate of speed. The clunk goes away and the firmness of suspension increases when cruising at highway speeds which makes sense. Now I want to figure out if I can simply have Performance "shift" mode with out moving the PRNDL lever to far left?

Anyone done this?

Also anyone know how to determine if you have worn sway bar end links?
 

David_B

Seasoned Member
Joined
Aug 31, 2014
Messages
446
Location
SE Michigan
My XLR/V(s)
N/Z
How many miles on it?
Did you look for leaking shocks?
It might not be settings, but bad shocks?
 

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