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qld  R34 Traction Control Cancellation Circuit!


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Do you find it annoying to constantly turn your TCS off?

Do you wish it defaulted to 'TCS Off' the second you started your car?

If you answered yes to either of those questions, this is for you!!!!!

The device when fitted to your car will instantly turn off the traction control, you now have to press the button to turn it on! (reverses the factory setup) The circuit can also be wired so that it's selectively on (great if your girlfriend is going to drive the car and you want TCS to come on the second she turns the key!!!!!!)

Easy to wire with only 3 wires to the ECU in the boot:

Only $30 + Postage

TCS-Stopper.jpg

Actual unit may vary slightly from picture, new improved wiring version only has 3 wires!!!

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Not that im that lazy,, im not to bothered presing the button, but, if it automatically turns off, does this mean the ""TSC OFF"" dash light is always on????

And isnt it just as easy to remove the fuse :)

Awesome work on finding it though

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Yes 'TCS Off' is the default.

It's not as simple as removing a fuse, I wouldn't recommend taking a fuse out, this actually buggers up a few of the other systems that rely on the TCS and will give the SLIP light as well as the car detects an error. You also can't turn it on if you decide you want to, you'd have to mess around replacing a fuse.

The other benefit is the switch still works, just in reverse...you press to turn on. This circuit just reverses the operation of the switch

It took me a while to build these a fair bit of trial and error :)

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Yeah its a pain in the ass turning tcs off, or sometimes i forget and try to light the wheels and it stalls :) were bouts you located? i'll take one...

Exactly what I mean!!!! I find I get owned on corners where the car *thinks* it would be a good idea to drop engine power.

I'm located in Brisbane, PM your details and I'll get one on it's way.

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Not with anything over stock power, slows you down by kicking in all the time. It sucks!!!

Or if you have a valve body upgrade :laugh:

Only $30 will prevent you from forgetting to press your TCS button and looking like a chump as you get flogged by a barina and your car is still thinking about giving 3 cylinders back to you.

I bet I'll still be beaten by a Barina

Also Dan, missed your MSN message the other night - I'll take you up on your offer :rofl: Cheers!

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Installation will happen tonight - will post up results tomorrow morning! Now it's just a matter of turn the key then slide; instead of turn the key flip switches like you're in a fighter plane then slide :)

On the topic of the ABS though; what happens if your car does not have ABS or it was removed?

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