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Hey guys,

Ill grab the time slips later and put full details but ran a 14.5 essentially... stock clutch wasnt happy, neither was the diff or abs, does neone no if u can unplug the ABS without upsetting anything?

Post ur times ill get a bit of a list going.









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Pretty sure the abs gets upset when u try do a line locky... cant put it down to anything else, as soon as u touch the brakes to hold or slow the car with wheels spinning its like clamps up on the back brakes (like i assume it should), which concerns me cause im going to a skidpan on the weekend and i like to use the brakes to slow the car up while sliding which i think may cause drama's would love to know if unplugging it will cause any dramas.

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Is that unplugging the ABS pump under the bonnet? is there a fuse for the system i can pull out? and if so where would it be located...

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Unplugging the power / data cable from the pump under the bonnet.

Once again, not sure about the V35 implementation (the Z33 and V35s I compared weren't identical but I think the latter had VDC) but on the Z33 the fuse for the ABS is a combined one piece with some other systems, that the car cannot run without. I tried to pull the fuse, and the car wouldn't start.

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  • 2 years later...

sure do.

Car: 2003 V35 Skyline 350GT Coupe AUTO

Track: Willowbank Raceway

ET: 14.6



RA: No Idea



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