DSC Sport is set to make its SEMA debut with an array of new product lines, applications, and product features. Major releases include the Corvette C7 product line, RestoMod applications in partnership with RideTech, active suspension packages for the Porsche 964/993 models, and Wi-Fi compatibility for all DSC Sport V2 controllers.

These releases solidify DSC Sport as the leader in active suspension technology. DSC Sport is currently the only aftermarket option for retaining active damping control for the C7 platform. It is the only company offering modern active suspension technology for vehicles without CAN data (RestoMod and Classic Porsche). Wi-Fi compatibility will allow for tuning via smartphone, remote tuning support, and remote data acquisition.

After assisting throughout the year with testing and development, professional racecar driver and Motortrend personality, Randy Pobst, will be attending the SEMA Show with DSC Sport. Pobst, who played a vital role in testing and feedback for the development of a Cayman GT4 set up that includes products from DSC Sport and parent company, TPC Racing, recalls his experience in the TPC/DSC GT4:

“I marveled at the balance and control of the TPC-tuned Porsche GT4 I drove at Summit Point. TPC Racing makes this great car better to drive.”

Esteemed driver and engineer of TPC Racing, Michael Levitas, who founded DSC Sport in 2011 with a vision to advance suspension technology into the digital era, will also be available for interviews. Levitas is the founder, CEO, driver, and calibrator/engineer for DSC Sport and brings an unparalleled level of passion to every aspect of the company.