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Question Anyway to completely shut off traction control on 2000 323ci?

A friend of mine just picked up a 2000 323Ci and would like to know any little tuning tricks you can do to a stock BMW. If anyone knows how to shut of Traction control completely, please let me know.used:
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Physically remove it.

Does anyone know if it's the same mechanism as on the e36's?


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A friend of mine just picked up a 2000 323Ci and would like to know any little tuning tricks you can do to a stock BMW. If anyone knows how to shut of Traction control completely, please let me know.used:
Press and hold DSC/ASC button for more than 3 seconds, you will disable whole system.It has to be done every time you restart the engine.
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Thank you very much for your help.
This is my first post on this forum and I am happy with the responces.
Glad to be a part of this site.
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Bavarian Auto, a discount aftermarket parts source, has an explanation of a way to only partially disable the DSC/ASC system in their latest newsletter. The trick they describe leaves throttle response unaffected but does let the ABS help with tirespin. You can probably read the article on their site Bavarian Autosport | BMW Parts and BMW Accessories . I live in snow country and am eager to try this hack.
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