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Old 02-04-2013, 12:56 AM
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I would advise doing as much reading on esc/tc before installing a switch or buying a tuner to disable tc. On 4th gen rams at least I believe there are options to eliminate the throttle cutting portion of the system that most people are frustrated with when in deeper mud, while still allowing the good aspects of tc. jmho
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Not saying I would ever tamper with the wiring,
I just wish the TC/ESC wasn't there.
The only possible benifit I could see, is if you try to go into a corner too hot.
I expect the ESC would cut the throttle and apply some brake to the appropriate wheel to slow you down and keep on course.
I'm not going to try it.

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