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Blakeo

Drift stock v35 skyline

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Has anyone drifted a stock v35? Mine throttles down everytime I go into a corner hard, even with traction control off. 

Doesn't have stability control, or at least a way to turn it off unless I'm mistaken? 

Kind regards, 

Blake. 

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hold down the VDC for 8sec plus. Then it will turn off completely.

It might turn back on after a while if your not doing cool skids :)  

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On 11/17/2020 at 5:52 PM, V35_Paul said:

hold down the VDC for 8sec plus. Then it will turn off completely.

It might turn back on after a while if your not doing cool skids :)  

Mine doesn't have vdc button or the bosch sensor under the centre console? 

It only has traction control button. 

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On 11/26/2020 at 9:55 AM, V35_Paul said:

hmmm 

try the same thing on the Traction control button. 

Or pull out the ABS fuse maybe 🤷‍♂️

Hi Paul, 

Thanks for your help, last weekend I went to a drift day. Turned out to almost be a bust up, tried the traction control, pulled the ABS fuse. Car was still doing it. 

Turned out to be fuel surge, even with a full tank the fuel was still managing to get away from the fuel pickup. 

Lucky my mate giving me a hand, we removed the factory fuel pump, took the bottom plastic thing off underneath it that I guess is meant to act as a baffle and with some longer fuel hose, lowered the pump a further 120mm into the tank. The fuel sock would be about 10mm off the bottom of the tank (bad idea to make it touch). 

Went thru 8 tires after that :) fixed it.

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