Might be a dumb question... but relevant in my case. I recently put twin Hellions on my 2019 GT. It's a blast to drive, but Palm Beach Dyno told me to disable traction control. I know I can unplug it under the hood, but the roads in CO are shit, and my car is a daily driver. If I'm going to get on it, I just disable traction control before going WOT. Of course, if I forget, the car freaks out and loses its mind, backfires, and all the rest. I'm guessing you can get traction control on a GT500, which makes a lot more power than a stock GT. Is the logic there hardcoded in a different firmware used on GTs, or is the traction control logic part of the PCM's "tune". Is this something that can be scaled for different power levels so Ford can use the same hardware? Even if it was the former and could be swapped out for a GT500 TC module (or something to that effect), it would be useless as the torque curve of the turbos is different than the torque curve of the GT500. Is truly the only answer here to just disable the TC and be done with it? If so, while lame, I'll accept it. I just wanted to know if PBD is being lazy and could actually tune this for the new power level.