shellhunter wrote:So I assume it we turn off the traction control we will see a significant increase in acceleration .
There's Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) and Dynamic Traction Control (DTC).
According to the Driver's Guide, DSC prevents driving wheel traction loss when accelerating and cannot be turned off.
DTC ensures maximum headway over slick surfaces. It is normally off but can be turned on temporarily when trying to start moving on a slick surface.
So you would need to turn DTC on, not off, to allow some drive wheel spin. I don't know what affect this might have on acceleration, but the Driver's Guide does warn that it can reduce stability during acceleration or in turns.
Then there's Roller Mode turned on via the service menu. Roller Mode apparently shuts off DTC, DSC, antilock braking, and who knows what else. Roller Mode might allow the fastest acceleration, but turning it on is not something that could be done quickly, and it is not as safe to drive in Roller Mode.
Please report your acceleration test results