2013 R RB - HPA Comp Controller - HPA Red 75A Motor Mount - HPA Short Shifter - 42DD Shifter Bushings - TyrolSport Solid Shifter Bracket Bushings - Carbotech Bobcat 1521 (Daily) - Carbotech XP12/XP8 (Track) - Unibrace UB - Euro Springs
-2012 Rising Blue Base 4dr 2012 R (current daily driver!)
-1995 Spec Miata
-1994 Sentra SE-R (PTE track beast in-the-works)
-1995 Infiniti G20 (NASA PTF/TTF track rat) and 2012 NASA Nationals PTF Champion!
And there is nothing screwy about what I posted. I don't want electronic intervention when I drive, simple as that. My GTI can get the ass out on command and makes it very entertaining to drive, but the non defeatable ESP kicks in and ruins all the fun.
Not to mention with higher HP applications, it comes into play with simple throttle usage.
I don't know if this would help or not but... Can we get any info from a 2013 gti and have that help figuring any of this out. From what I've heard they have the ability to fully disable traction control. Again I have no idea if this will help or not, just a thought.
I've read almost 80% of this thread and thus far I've come to the conclusion that I am still confused.
Is there a defeat available by unplugging the ABS fuse?
Has anyone successfully done this?
Are the side-effects simply lights on the dash, no abs, and no ESP?
DD: 2012 GLI
Gone but not forgotten: 2010 Golf 2.5
Summer fun: 1995 M3
Former E36 318i driver and self-appointed Chairman of the Momentum Preservation Society.
2001 Audi A4 QM 1.8T | Under Construction...
2007 Chevy Duramax | BT Dieselworks 1000+rwtq
2012 VW Golf R | Mini-Avant
Current: 2012 VW Golf R (rising blue) / UM tuned