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986 Drift car

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Hi All,

Shortly i will be picking up a 986 Boxster from the Auctions, it's sole purpose will be for track/drift only..

not to conderned about the power output of the 2.5, it should be 'enough' with the right setup.

the car is manual, and i am more interested in how to disable the computer aided brake system that pretends to be an LSD etc, i have searched and found a topic on here that discusses how it doesn't engauge at 62mph and above, etc etc.. is there a way to simply just disable it, and all it's funtcions? ABS, TRC, PSM etc etc just by pulling a fuse etc??

i know i will have to resort to a proper LSD (quaife etc)

anybody have any imput?

thanks all,


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Why would one buy a car designed to grip and turn on a dime acquire it to drift? When mid engined and rear engined cars around there is a lot of torque generated .... harder to stay ahead ... The Physics of the vehicle is off for the application ....

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