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    Defeating the Blip Throttle Shifting

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    Has anyone found a way to shut this off no matter what driving mode the car is in? I find it annoying and overly aggressive. Several times a downshift has resulted in a surge forward when engaging the clutch. I much prefer to blip the throttle myself.

    I've read in the magazines that it can be defeated by turning off all the nannies. What steps must be taken to get it into this mode? Using Sport+ doesn't shut it off.

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    If you have the 6MT, all you have to do is turn off DSC and it will disable rev-matching.

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    Has anyone found a way to shut this off no matter what driving mode the car is in? I find it annoying and overly aggressive. Several times a downshift has resulted in a surge forward when engaging the clutch. I much prefer to blip the throttle myself.

    I've read in the magazines that it can be defeated by turning off all the nannies. What steps must be taken to get it into this mode? Using Sport+ doesn't shut it off.

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    Turning the DSC off or on in comfort, traction, sport and sport1 does not disable the rev matching on downshifts in my 6 M/T 2017 M2. I just went out and verified it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scannon View Post
    Turning the DSC off or on in comfort, traction, sport and sport1 does not disable the rev matching on downshifts in my 6 M/T 2017 M2. I just went out and verified it again.
    I have the DCT, but just to confirm did you hold the DSC button for 5 seconds to completely turn it off?

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    I didn't hold the button down. The manual says press and hold for no more than 10 seconds until the indicator for DSC off lights up on the dash panel. That always happened immediately when I pressed the button. When the streets dry up I will try again holding the button for 5 or so seconds to see if it makes any difference.

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    Push and releasing it immediately merely turns DSC off, push and hold the button down for 5 seconds disables DSC completely.

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    That did the trick, thanks for pointing that out.

    I finally got a temp plate for the car today, what few miles I had already put on it were sneaking around avoiding the cops since there were no plates on the car.

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    Glad it worked.

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    Another option - http://f87.bimmerpost.com/forums/sho...php?p=22146760

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    After experiencing the OP’s issue firsthand with my M2 I picked up 2 days ago, I find this revmatch feature to be kinda intrusive. And sometimes, it actually makes it harder to get it in gear. The feature does a good job matching the RPM correctly, but as soon as you push the clutch in, the gears slow down. I was hoping with the LCI update, they did something about this feature.

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