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    I thought you could not Fully turn off esc on the 500T...maybe I'm wrong...
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    esc cant be fully turned off in a T that I know of even with tuning options on the market (Something might come out eventually maybe...)
    abarth would have a rear bar but that can be fixed with CPR parts.
    seats are going to be different
    rear bumper cutout for only one exhaust tip
    other cosmetic changes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by opiateESP View Post
    Once you tune a 500T, there is no performance difference in terms of horsepower. In fact, the 500T has the advantage of being 100lbs lighter.
    Good to know, as I suspected it! Nice 500T you have there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gundam2000 View Post
    esc cant be fully turned off in a T that I know of even with tuning options on the market (Something might come out eventually maybe...)
    abarth would have a rear bar but that can be fixed with CPR parts.
    seats are going to be different
    rear bumper cutout for only one exhaust tip
    seats
    other cosmetic changes.
    Thanks for the detailed input.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudking View Post
    I thought you could not Fully turn off esc on the 500T...maybe I'm wrong...
    This is correct. Doesn't make a difference in launches but I bet it would have an impact on the AutoX
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    Quote Originally Posted by opiateESP View Post
    This is correct. Doesn't make a difference in launches but I bet it would have an impact on the AutoX
    The Dynamic Yaw sensor is mounted to the Firewall behind the Lower Center of the Console.
    Put a switch to cut the signal from the Dynamic Yaw Sensor, and the ESC System will fault Full OFF.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddySRT View Post
    The Dynamic Yaw sensor is mounted to the Firewall behind the Lower Center of the Console.
    Put a switch to cut the signal from the Dynamic Yaw Sensor, and the ESC System will fault Full OFF.
    Yeah, I posted pics of it a while ago... never thought of mounting a switch to it though. Has anyone tried that?
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    Awhile ago a red T tried me at a light on a backroad behind ft lewis, probably mile stretch of nothing and no one, I royally smoked him, by allot.

    T was never an option for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babel View Post
    Awhile ago a red T tried me at a light on a backroad behind ft lewis, probably mile stretch of nothing and no one, I royally smoked him, by allot.

    T was never an option for me.
    That's stock for stock. Mods make it a different race... mind you... he could have also sucked. I've done quite a few runs with Abarth's. The difference wasn't really that pronounced when stock. They were definitely faster though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by opiateESP View Post
    That's stock for stock. Mods make it a different race... mind you... he could have also sucked. I've done quite a few runs with Abarth's. The difference wasn't really that pronounced when stock. They were definitely faster though.

    I'm heading to Auburn the first week in February. Come see how your Abarth does against my 500T
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