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I recently tried out line lock on my 2018 scat for the first time. I only had sport traction on and I didn't have traction all the way off. Still did a pretty sweet burnout with no problem or struggles. Does traction control turn fully off while using line lock from the taser? also in anyway could I have put stress on the car by not having it off all the way?

I also hit rev limiter 3 times before I got the throttle where I wanted it to be. I'm guessing hitting it 3 times won't do harm but want to make sure. I don't beat on the car and this was my first burnout out In it so I was just getting the feel of it.
 

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I recently tried out line lock on my 2018 scat for the first time. I only had sport traction on and I didn't have traction all the way off. Still did a pretty sweet burnout with no problem or struggles. Does traction control turn fully off while using line lock from the taser? also in anyway could I have put stress on the car by not having it off all the way?

I also hit rev limiter 3 times before I got the throttle where I wanted it to be. I'm guessing hitting it 3 times won't do harm but want to make sure. I don't beat on the car and this was my first burnout out In it so I was just getting the feel of it.
First part, I'm not sure, I do not have a Tazer in my 392, YET!

Second part, the rev limiter is there for protection. It's doing it's job preventing you from damaging the engine.

--Jeff
 
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First part, I'm not sure, I do not have a Tazer in my 392, YET!

Second part, the rev limiter is there for protection. It's doing it's job preventing you from damaging the engine.

--Jeff
You won't regret getting one!

Appreciate the reassurance!
 
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