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I see that by holding the T/C button I can remove the traction but I need to completely remove the ESP.

Has anyone had any success in this? Unfortunately, its not like the hellcat where the T/C button would remove both.

Unlike the hellcat, which completely turned off ESP, you cannot drift as soon as the car gets a little sideways the computer cuts in. Big No no, :mad:

For the ones throwing caution to the wind, I am experienced and driving on track.

Thanks!
 

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It's the stability control, not sure you can turn that off if holding the traction control button 10 seconds doesn't disable it. Meant for drag racing where getting sideways isn't desired ;)

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So the Demon has a different ESP than all other Mopars with Super Track Pack, and up? I didn't know that.
Also, what are "Tires TOYO"? Are they different then "TOYO Tires"?
How is the other side done, same way?
 

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I suppose you could simply pull the fuse. you didnt hear that from me though. I wasnt here. didnt do it.
 

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DC, you have a Demon, right? Can you get it sideways on purpose? :D

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Hello!

I see that by holding the T/C button I can remove the traction but I need to completely remove the ESP.

Has anyone had any success in this? Unfortunately, its not like the hellcat where the T/C button would remove both.

Unlike the hellcat, which completely turned off ESP, you cannot drift as soon as the car gets a little sideways the computer cuts in. Big No no, :mad:

For the ones throwing caution to the wind, I am experienced and driving on track.

Thanks!
I went through this recently on my Scat. Pressing and holding the button only stops the ESC by about 70%. It turns out the ONLY way to completely disable it is by pulling the ABS fuse. This works perfectly. I pull it before going to the track. I do not notice ANY difference in brake performance. I'm sure in a "panic" situation is where you would lose the "anti-lock" action of the system. I re-install the fuse when I get home just for rain or a panic stop....Gene:)
 
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