Thanks that helped a lot. 7racer has the HVT option 3 which allows him to make changes on the fly which is nice for us amateurs trying to dial the car in on the fly.
Do you have any cars in the US running option 2 yet? Would love to hear some feedback from users on this. If not I am sure we could get a few folks here with different years (CBA Vs DBA) to try it out.
Yes, I know that this remote control comes in handy. The downside is that the "HVT" option "only" makes use of an integrated 3 axis axelerometer and "only" has 5 levels. "Only" meaning this is already so much more than stock (continuous damping control, front and rear axis seperately adjustable, roll and pitch-dive assistance, much larger damping range which can be used dynamically). "Only" also meaning it is less than the possible inputs DSC control module uses or can use.
Option 2? I leave that question to the DSC sport staff. We have plenty of customers of option 1 and option 3, which is logical because that is how we started with nissan GTR about 3 yrs ago. Most of those customers are outside USA though. but that maybe also answers the question on maturity of the shock tehnology. I think our first Nissan GTR sets date from about 2,5-3 yrs ago and there must be around 100 sets driving around in different countries under different labels. The valve technology is on the market since 2011 and still quite innovative, but it certainly is not an adventurous Enterprise ;-) And the DSC sport control box has also been tested in nissan GTR by DSC sport (see post from Tom Chan) . As shock absorber developer and manufacturing company we actively promote option 2 and 4 because that is the way to go: using all the data your car has anyway and now just is not being used to its full extent to control the shocks. Option 2 is already a large leap in functionality, option 4 is for when you as driver feel you reach the limitations of the stock shocks because the stock shocks are not fast or stable enough. Within Option 4 there is RT and RTX, but I hope that is all clear now.