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First time RR, Traction control off? #354664
12/05/2007 03:34
12/05/2007 03:34

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Hi, this will be my first time taking my Coupe to a RR tomorrow, when I took my Fiesta ZS it was embarrassing because the traction control had to be turned off manually in the engine bay and I didn't have a clue how to do it so they had to check the manual, is there anything like this I have to do for a Fiat coupe 20V turbo thats completely standard (S reg 1997)?

Re: First time RR, Traction control off? [Re: ] #354729
12/05/2007 05:59
12/05/2007 05:59
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Hello, the coupe has no traction control. It does limit the boost if it sees the revs rising sharply when on the move (it sees this as wheelspin) but this should not be happening on the rollers. So don't panic! you don't have to turn off any traction control. You can fit something like the G-tech chip and this will remove this feature.



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