Don't have any snow here yet sadly.. but I have some RX videos posted on my youtube channel.. not the greatest to show drifting but I can say there is no VDC or abs interference while driving..Can u make a vid of that. Including some snow driving on a parking lot?
Triaxial!!!! I Love You!!!! :grin2:Okay all here are some photos of what I described earlier.. sorry I do not have step by step photos.. I did not think of it until I had everything back together...
-Fold down the seats
-Pull up the lower backing of the rear sear
-Use a screwdriver to push in the tab to disconnect... note the connector towards the front to the car is connected so the rear connector pulls out and you are done.
-I spliced into the rear wiring and since it was a double wire connector ran 4 wires to the front and installed a DPST switch to save me from getting in the truck to disconnect.
-I ran the wires under the rear seat (which was removed) under the trim by the doors.. I was thinking I was going to have to remove the drivers seat but was able to fish the wires under the trim sills to the dash. (also remove the b-pillar trim, drivers front and rear door sills and the button cluster on the dash. Note there is a screw from behind on the left side looking at it)
Once the switch is installed you flip the switch start the car and good to go with no VDC, ABS or hill assist.. you have no CEL or rev limitations just some fun. Sorry for the crappy MFD photos but if you leave the screen on these will flash
To put the car back to normal turn it off.. flip the switch or reconnect the connectors... turn it back on and good to go..
Hope this helps.. again sorry for not having a step by step photo log
Its worth testing with "ActiveOBD" for Android.Just curious, has anyone else found that disabling VDC (via button, not kill switch) minimizes understeer feel on the 14+ CVT, even if you are maintaining full traction on a dry surface? Just trying to figure out why that is ...
Its worth testing with "ActiveOBD" for Android.
This app makes it possible to see the torque distribution between front and rear axle.
Just speculation though. I can play a bit with mine now in the snow if I can notice that difference.
Thanks, but figured this fix out before doing any rallycross... just from driving on some dirt roads I knew I would be fighting the car more than would be fun.. so found the fix before handGreat find triaxial. Has disabling the VDC improved your autocross track times? It'll definitely help the 180 degree tight corners when the hand brake becomes useful.