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Old 01-12-2018, 01:22 PM   #15
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I am surprised they didn't ask him how he was the only owner of an 86 with Smart Stop in the entire world though.
What are you talking about?
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Well look at that! I never Knew about the SST. So did it just show up with the 17s?


I stand corrected.
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Well look at that! I never Knew about the SST. So did it just show up with the 17s?


I stand corrected.
I don't know, Supposedly the equipment list for my 16 FR-S m/t shows SST, but I can't remember it ever activating, I've *attempted* to heel toe and it revved while I was on the brake...But I also had the clutch in....

SST is supposed to cut fuel while braking and gas at the same time.
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Old 01-12-2018, 01:58 PM   #18
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guys thanks for helping me..
i know how to burnout and also i know this car isnt good for burnout like V8 american muscle car.. i did that before with manual trans.like camaro,mustang,z370 and...
but i cant do it in this car.
you know.i go with pedal dance.i push the gas pedal and break lightly ,but ecu went to stop the car..
im angry... is there anyone knows how to off that damn tech?
i love this car..i can drift..but burnout is a wish to me..
SST = Smart stop technology >> when you push gas pedal and break at the same time, ecu goes to reduce the speed until the car stop.
help help

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Oh, finally understand what you mean. And probably you want burning tires moving as little as possible, thus brake usage. What's wrong with doing donuts while drifting in circles?
BTW, i'm not that sure, that it's electronics that stop you. In most cars brakes are more powerful then engine (especially less powerful one then in american muscle cars). Tried simply brake less while being in lower gear?
LOL, spill some oil under rear tires.
I know that no SST stops my car, when i want to quick dry brakes after carwash and press brakes while going in 1st or 2nd for some heat in them. Resulting speed just depends on how i modulate brake & throttle pedals.
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LOL, spill some oil under rear tires.
lol, that brought back a memory...in high school my buddies and I all worked at service stations (back before they were just gas stations)...if we got bored we'd spill some gas out on the ground and spin the rear wheels of our motorcycles in it. Plenty black smoke...pretty busy street, got a lot of 'you f*ckin idiots' looks. lol.
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didn't the whole SST thing come about because of the runaway Prius thing a few years back?
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Old 01-12-2018, 04:08 PM   #22
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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.

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Reading back over this I was intrigued by the Toyota response, particularly the bolded statement.

I could be paranoid however I suspect if you ever have a warranty claim this may come back and bite you in the ass.
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Yeah try some tire shine on your rear rubber. That oughtta get things moving.
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Wouldn't you?


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.
Gotta say I agree with you. Back in my old 350 Camaro days, we called that "power braking". Burnouts were done with no brake pedal, only raw power!!!

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didn't the whole SST thing come about because of the runaway Prius thing a few years back?
More of an off shoot from autonomous cars.
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We all have the SST.

I haven't tried a brake stand but the brochure says it isn't activated if you hit the brake first and is only activate at speeds over 5 MPH. So maybe try this to trick the system- start the brake stand and when it starts to reduce power, if the speedometer says over 5mph, let off the gas but keep the brake down then hammer the throttle again.

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We all have the SST.

I haven't tried a brake stand but the brochure says it isn't activated if you hit the brake first and is only activate at speeds over 5 MPH. So maybe try this to trick the system- start the brake stand and when it starts to reduce power, if the speedometer says over 5mph, let off the gas but keep the brake down then hammer the throttle again.

I don't know about you but that sounds like it takes 3 legs and my third leg isn't long enough to do that.

I have done a brake stand with my car once, and have seen others do it. Must be more perimeters to the SST then that.
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Reading back over this I was intrigued by the Toyota response, particularly the bolded statement.

I could be paranoid however I suspect if you ever have a warranty claim this may come back and bite you in the ass.
Yep If his engine ever blows they are not going to cover under warranty now. They will probably deny anything power train related.

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