Mikethegreeat said:I decided to take off the ABS fuse which also turns off the trac contrl...
MAN finally...burnouts...reverse doughnuts..and more... Now if only there was a way to wire it so that i can easily turn it off and on w/ out having to open the trunk and pull out the fuse and putting it back in on a rainy day...hmmmmmm
I also took it out for a quick joy ride and i noticed that my car likes to pull harder when cooler like tonight. Felt awsome mashing the throttle and feeling the Gs ahahaha Oh and don't worry guys i was the only one on the street...very wide highway type street..don't really know what to call it but it was a ghost town...anyway i also recorded my 0-60 time w/ the $140 dollor g-tech timer
how accurate do you think this is? My car is bone stock...
0-60 in 6.52 sec on a warm day
0-60 in 6.47 on a cold night
Go in the trunk and pull the ABS fuse it will disable the ABS and it will start in fist gear..I have a 93 ETC and it works fine withou the fuse...I just posted it today, does 0-60 in 5.7 secs!!! quarter mile 14.1 according to my G-techPro.Mikethegreeat said:Anybody know how to turn off the Trac Control on a 1994 Cadillac STS?
Well, I saw this post and I said to myself "I have to try this!" Unfortunately it doesn't work in my 93 Eldorado Sport Coupe. It is 2nd gear starts, even with the shifter in low! That sucks!! :crying2:nerisauto1 said:Go in the trunk and pull the ABS fuse it will disable the ABS and it will start in fist gear..I have a 93 ETC and it works fine withou the fuse...I just posted it today, does 0-60 in 5.7 secs!!! quarter mile 14.1 according to my G-techPro.