Well, this morning, i decided i was so happy with all of the recent work i had just completed on my V, that i was going to reset the ECU(or try the old fashioned way... disconnect the battery for however long, fully depress the brake, reconnect), and then go joy ride it pretty hard to maybe have it relearn more aggressive timing and whatnot (fat chance, and it'd be temporary i'm sure, but what the hell.) so i pick some backroads, and right now here in Charlotte, NC it's a little drizzly.. perfect road condition for some slippery driving. I turned off that restrictive ESC crap and was pushing it the entire way on some backroads, pretty much hoping that the morning cops hadn't had their donuts and coffee, yet. I made it to a very, very, tight right turn on a 45mph 2 way road that had flat farm land on either side. To give an idea of how tight, the recommendation for speed around it is 25mph (why they don't drop the speed limit to 35mph to simply avoid this enjoyable curve is beyond me). On a dry day, i can easily grip it going 60mph (on the speedo, so maybe 57 in real speed?), today, i was revvin it up, hit it going 70mph on wet road, and the back hit a bump.... oh no. I knew as soon as i hit it that it was not going to hold, the car just started spinning sideways to the right. I straightened out my steering wheel to stop from spinning right OR spinning left and just kind of skid, but the front tires started skidding off the road (in a strip of dirt where it seemed many had had this experience before), i turned the wheel back right to just continue the spin instead of go left and risk absolute chaos, it spun back 'round the way i was going (literally like in a movie, granted i ended in the middle of the road and cars actually stopped instead of flying by). I sat for a second, waiting for any bluelink or lights or anything, pushed in the clutch and tried starting it..... it sputtered, and didn't start. I let it sit a few more seconds since it essentially stalled in 6th, pushed in clutch turned the key, started it up, and drove 'er home.... I have never felt so lucky in my life, and I am so lucky I handled the situation in that way, I wasn't even too nervous, it felt very easy to gain some sort of control back from the V even while it's spinning like a top. lol. I'll probably be putt-ing around these next few days, that was way to stupid and to close of a call for me!