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I don't know for sure, but it seems like you might not be able to do that.
The simple answer is yes, given enough time and money anything is possible. Now as for feasible I would have to say no. TCS isnt that great of a system and I have disabled it on my 05 Enthusiast Coupe. Accelerating during hard turns or pulling out of a driveway into traffic with make it kick it and from my experience has almost caused a few accidents.
Take the money you would spend to do this and go attend a local track day or HPDE (High Performance Driving Event) or Autocross and take the car control knowledge you have now to the next level. IN the end you will be much happier. Also as a side note if you plan to track your car at all TCS will give you slower lap times in my experience from all of its interference.
you can find and download the Factory Service Manual here
Should have everything you need to make the call. My personal opinion on this is its far easier and cheaper in the long run to buy the car you want instead of trying to build something up. Things like the ECU will be expensive even if its used. Hope this all goes well for you.
Also out of curiosity I have to ask....where are you from?
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