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2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V General Discussion Discussion, Deactivating TCS and Stability control without... in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; Originally Posted by The Tony Show True- Stability control does not avoid Deer for you....
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    Re: Deactivating TCS and Stability control without...

    Quote Originally Posted by The Tony Show View Post
    True- Stability control does not avoid Deer for you.


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    Re: Deactivating TCS and Stability control without...

    You could talk to these guys... they make what you want, for the vette.

    http://www.laptrax.com/Products.asp

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    Re: Deactivating TCS and Stability control without...

    There's a feature in tunes that can do this - A skilled tuner can easily give your stability a certain percentage of what you want out - For instance, reduce the stability by 25%...and so on.

    Chef

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    Re: Deactivating TCS and Stability control without...

    Quote Originally Posted by STAGEUP View Post
    Because I can drive. Trust me.
    I said the same thing when I turned 16

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    Re: Deactivating TCS and Stability control without...

    Quote Originally Posted by STAGEUP View Post
    Well, I know how to disable it. Let me be more clear...

    I want to be able to shut it off without having to hold down the T/C button. I have searched through my PCM, and havent come up with anything.
    If it can be shut off with button input, there has to be a way for it to be programmed out. My bet's on Rick being able but I wonder if he would be willing to make the change you want.

    It would be interesting to find out how this works out. Be sure to let the group know.

    But be very careful if you get it done and you sell this TC modded car - some lawyer is probably salivating already.

    T

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    Re: Deactivating TCS and Stability control without...

    There's a yellow button in the glove box, push it.

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    Re: Deactivating TCS and Stability control without...

    I think there are a couple of lotus here and have probably seen this, however I thought I'd pass it on. Now, not that TC had anything to do with it, but be safe out there folks. A good driver or not (hey, my old man taught me how to power slide an '84 Fleetwood Brougham when i was 16), better safe than sorry.

    http://www.elisetalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=38859

    That's one of the most frightening wreck's i have ever seen, especially given how the elise is made (F1 style bonded aluminum). More on that here: http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...he+elise&hl=en

    Ok, enough thread jacking.

    Cheers,

    - J

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