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Old 01-12-2018, 04:58 AM   #1
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Question How to disable or turn off Smart Stop Tech ?!

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i have a 2017 toyota 86 with manual transmission
and also my car has Smart Stop Technology
that is driving me crazy... i cant Burnout.i love burnout...but damn..
how can i do ?
i love this car...but that problem . .
even i sent a email to toyota
but this is their answer...
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"Dear Mr. Barani,

Thank you for contacting Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.

We appreciate the opportunity to address your concern regarding the smart stop feature your vehicle came equip with.

We apologize as we do not recommend or assist with modifying our vehicles from the original factory specifications.

Toyota's warranty covers repairs and adjustments needed to correct defects in materials or workmanship of any part supplied by Toyota.

Modifications to your vehicle could affect the performance, safety or durability, and may violate government regulations. Non-Toyota parts, or any damage or failures resulting from their use, are not covered by any Toyota warranty.

Your email has been documented at our National Headquarters. If we can be of further assistance, please feel free to contact us.

Sincerely, "
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Old 01-12-2018, 07:53 AM   #2
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I dont think brz comes with auto stop\start to save fuel.

I think you need to turn off traction controll to do burnouts.

With motor running press and hold the Traction button in centre console the one with squiggly lines on it. Press and hold it for 5 seconds then orange light on dash should iluminate. Then you can do burnouts

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I dont think brz comes with auto stop\start to save fuel.

I think you need to turn off traction controll to do burnouts.

With motor running press and hold the Traction button in centre console the one with squiggly lines on it. Press and hold it for 5 seconds then orange light on dash should iluminate. Then you can do burnouts

https://practicalmotoring.com.au/car...baru-brz-work/
thanks
when push the gas pedal and break
ecu after 3 sec reduced the speed and damn..the car stoped acceleration...
but i knnow that
track off
esp off
even i do the Pedal Dance
but still not working..
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TC off is only to ease start going in winter. After reaching some (rather low speed) it reengages. VSC also has rather low allowed slip angles before cutting in, allowing only very slight drifts.

Want more - do suggested hold-5-sec TC button which should be sufficient for burnouts. It's ABS on, and EBD on and e-diff on, but later two shouldn't interfere with burnouts. Or pedal dance. I doubt you did later correctly though, as with it only basic ABS remains, and to see if one has enabled it successfully can be seen by instrument dash indicators (btw, often reason to not enabling might be cold, not warmed up engine. but then again, one can see that by indicators). With 5-sec TC and/or pedal dance it should never do something like cutting engine power on slip.
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Gotta do the pedal dance for burnouts as far as I know.

It is hilarious that they "documented" your email.
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No issues doing a burnout if you press and hold the traction control button until both lights come on in the cluster.

The pedal dance should work too.

I've got to ask, have you done a burnout before? Do you know how to start one? These cars don't have a ton of torque or power, so if your only burnout to date is in a V8 American car or something, you're going to have to be a bit rougher than you're used to.

Of note: burnouts are incredibly rough on cars, especially ones designed to be as light and sporty as possible. They are especially rough when a drive thinks you should just hold the brake pedal half way, and just ease into it until the wheels start to spin. Awesome way to break stuff.
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hello mr Toyota

i have a 2017 toyota 86 with manual transmission
and also my car has Smart Stop Technology
that is driving me crazy... i cant Burnout.i love burnout...but damn..
how can i do ?
i love this car...but that problem
how I turn off please?





OH and it isn't "burnouts" he wants to do but brake stands. Make lots of smoke and burn up tires but no real purpose for them. If he does manage to do them the next post will be "I slide off road cuz these tires are no good".


EDIT: I guess the definition of what a burnout is has changed and I never kept up with the term. Apparently what used to be a brake stand (hold the car and spin the tires) is now a burnout. A real burnout (back in the day) did not use the brakes and the car would move forward while laying rubber. Oh well, now I know they are considered the same thing.
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EDIT: I guess the definition of what a burnout is has changed and I never kept up with the term. Apparently what used to be a brake stand (hold the car and spin the tires) is now a burnout. A real burnout (back in the day) did not use the brakes and the car would move forward while laying rubber. Oh well, now I know they are considered the same thing.


There is both!
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There is both!
Yep. That is what I found.
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Yep. That is what I found.
Yes and both require the IQ of a neutrino.
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Yes and both require the IQ of a neutrino.
Well we would do 10 foot or so burnouts up to the tree when I was drag racing but there was a purpose for those.
Doing it in a parking lot with a bunch of vaping flat brims is a whole different level.
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2.33 is a burn out! No brakes used.
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