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From what I've seen in videos, it seems like most people like to drive their Veloster Ns with everything in Sport+ except the chassis, which they put in Normal or Sport. I've seen other people put the E-LSD in Normal instead of Off to limit slippage of the front tires. What about the steering? When I test drove an N the steering was stiff in Sport+, but is it too stiff for daily driving? What is your preferred configuration?

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depends on how I'm going to be driving. If I'm going all out, I use N stock. My N custom has changed a couple of times.
These are my personal setups....



Config 1: for more open places

steering - sport+
engine - sport +
lsd - sport
suspension - normal
rest - whatever
Config 2: for really tight places (mountain lol)

steering - normal
engine - sport
lsd - sport
suspension - sport+
rest - whatever
 

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Engine - sport plus
Rev match - normal
Lsd-sport
Exhaust -sport plus
Suspension - normal
Steering- normal
Esc sport
 

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Rev match - normal
Just wondering, what is the advantage to having rev match in normal as opposed to sport for everyday driving? Is it just a personal preference?


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Just a personal preference I feel it's better for daily driving and it's not as aggressive as sport .. regular driving I feel normal is just fine .
 

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I'm another one with everything set to the most aggressive settings, except for Suspension, which I run in Normal. The roads here in Northwest Louisiana are bone jarring with the Suspension in Sport+. Just this week, I started running my steering to Normal as well. I really like the heaviness of the Steering in Sport+, but I think it is making my elbows a little achy daily driving that way. LOL.
 

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Yes, there is a button on the steering wheel that will turn it off immediately or it can be configured in your settings for N custom.
Awesome, that's what I was hoping for. I haven't gotten an N yet but I was hoping all that could be turned off so I can heel toe myself.
 

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Same here.. awful roads in Montreal area..
Config 1: for more open places

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steering - sport+
engine - sport +
lsd - sport
suspension - normal
rest - whatever
Config 2: for really tight places (mountain lol)

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steering - normal
engine - sport
lsd - sport
suspension - sport+
rest - whatever
 

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Awesome, that's what I was hoping for. I haven't gotten an N yet but I was hoping all that could be turned off so I can heel toe myself.

I had the same idea in mind when I started looking at the N. I've been driving manual transmissions for more than 35 years. I don't need any tech to help me with downshifting and powering through corners! However, now that I've used it, it's grown on me.
 

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From what I've seen in videos, it seems like most people like to drive their Veloster Ns with everything in Sport+ except the chassis, which they put in Normal or Sport. I've seen other people put the E-LSD in Normal instead of Off to limit slippage of the front tires. What about the steering? When I test drove an N the steering was stiff in Sport+, but is it too stiff for daily driving? What is your preferred configuration?

Max
New owner with less than 100 miles (Performance Blue 6sp manual) with questions about N Mode. I've been fooling around with N Custom and can't honestly tell the difference in the steering and suspension between Normal, Sport and Sport +. I have driven the same stretch of road toggling between settings and notice no difference whatsoever. Do I have a problem with the car, or maybe a seat-of-the-pants problem? Thanks in advance for your responses.
 

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Steering weight goes up quite a bit in Sport and Sport+ modes. I find Normal suspension to be firm yet comfy enough for most conditions. Sport firms up enough for fun street driving, but I definitely bounce in the seat a bit more over bumps. Sport+ suspension I find very firm on all but perfect roads and it has me pogoing in my seat quite a bit. I don't find the differences subtle.
 

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Steering weight goes up quite a bit in Sport and Sport+ modes. I find Normal suspension to be firm yet comfy enough for most conditions. Sport firms up enough for fun street driving, but I definitely bounce in the seat a bit more over bumps. Sport+ suspension I find very firm on all but perfect roads and it has me pogoing in my seat quite a bit. I don't find the differences subtle.
Totally agree.

-JE
 
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