Just leave it on for your normal driving. Turn it off when you are racing.
You can also turn it off when passing. It is basically you final gear.
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Actually you should leave it off all the time in the city. The only time it should be on is when travelling over 80km/h, or 50 MPH, otherwise the ecu will gear you too high, and the rpm's will be super low, thus making your acceleration response worse, and putting more strain on the transmission.
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