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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
All the DSC does is senses the tire spinning and compensates, unless your tires are getting poor traction your tire size should not affect its operation, I have an S Type sport package in which I added larger wheels and tires and have not had any adverse affects. I would suggest having your vehicle serviced by jag and maybe even having your stability control unit replaced if they deem necessary. Hope this helps
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
A slightly larger wheel and lower tire will help the car to "turn in" a little better and be more responsive but make the ride quality a little harsher. A much larger wheel with very low profile tires will completely ruin the way the car drives and feels on the road but may make the car more appealing to the younger crowd and also have the effect of making its owner think he is going to get laid more.
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
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