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Old 06-01-2005, 02:36 AM   #11
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Now....just outta curiousity....seeing how I just went out at midnight to take a pic......why do you wanna disable the TC and ABS system?
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Because I just told him that 8.8mm wires and MSD coils won't get him into the 14'* with his L36.

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This would slow him down.....And destroy a trans because of wheel spin....not so good on this idea....if you're doing it just to do burn outs or something.
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im bout to say **** this and take the bonny body off the car and put it on a camaro frame and throw a 572 big block in it and run 9'* all day
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im bout to say f*** this and take the bonny body off the car and put it on a camaro frame and throw a 572 big block in it and run 9'* all day
Ummmm.... You should learn the term "unibody".

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im bout to say f*** this and take the bonny body off the car and put it on a camaro frame and throw a 572 big block in it and run 9'* all day
Ummmm.... You should learn the term "unibody".

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hey just Pull the Fuse for the TC
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im bout to say f*** this and take the bonny body off the car and put it on a camaro frame and throw a 572 big block in it and run 9'* all day
Ummmm.... You should learn the term "unibody".

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hey just Pull the Fuse for the TC
TC is nice when it works...lol. I am amazed at how much spin I still have with the system working. ... but with it off... Yikes yeah...go ahead...say it..."Bill...ur car is pretty stock"
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All this discussion for a car that does not have traction control...
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All this discussion for a car that does not have traction control...
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im bout to say f*** this and take the bonny body off the car and put it on a camaro frame and throw a 572 big block in it and run 9'* all day
Ummmm.... You should learn the term "unibody".

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LMFAO!

Ok, now back on topic, I don't think it ever became totally clear why he wants to disable TC in the first place?
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