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Traction Control!

Hey guys, need advice. Should I us traction control at the track or not?

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I can make up to 9psi by revving the engine from idol!

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I have always had mine off at the track and that seems to be the norm across the board
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I pull the 2 ABS fuses under the hood to completely disable it.

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