I experienced a fun track day yesterday.... my third one. I have only driven on the track and autox with the sport mode on.... curious if its a hinderance or help?
This. Once you have a feel for the car it's more dangerous having it on than off. Really. You'll have more car control with it off. Definitely leave it in sport mode if the surface is wet.Flyboygsxr said:Once you turn it all of you'll *never use it again.
ABS fuse I believe but then you lose ABS. A tune is a much better way IMO to make sure while at the track that TC is fully and permanently disabled.Flyboygsxr said:Since we are on this topic...for the first time at my last event advance trac turned back on twice after I had fully turned it off. Can I pull fuses to ensure this never happens again?
Brandon302 said:ABS fuse I believe but then you lose ABS. A tune is a much better way IMO to make sure while at the track that TC is fully and permanently disabled.
Cobra700 said:I've also been looking to disable all TC AND ABS. Was told there is a connection you can unplug over the driver side front tire in the fender well? Anyone know of this?
AED tune track tune never had it come on for me, including in the rain when it gets extra squirrelly.Mad Hatter said:I asked for my Lund track tune without TC but the reply was that it will automatcally come on by itself if it wants to. Can't be tuned out 100%apparantly. Mine kicks in every third session or so and your times go up right away. Its a real pain. I guess changing the module is the only solution?
Mad Hatter said::'( I was rejected at AED.....
302 Hi Pro said:M. Hatter:
Can you tell me what this means? Is it or was it because of your location and/or, existing mods as per their pre-tune requirement instructions?