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In 350z the traction control is controlled via ecu and stability managment is controlled with a different unit. Both units turn on or of via the ESC (electronic stability control) button. This means that there is a CAN connection between the button and ecu. In my friends Haltech this funtions straight out of the box. What can I do for my G4+ to get the same functionality?

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3 hours ago, TechDave said:

The 350Z in New Zealand never had Traction Control.

I'm working on updating our streams to include this and a few more features too.

Dave - if it's one thing I wish the G4+ had, it'd be an OEM replica or as-close-as-it-can-be to OEM traction control / VDC model.  

I'm humbled to say, the OEM traction control / VDC has saved my ass more times than I'm prepared to admit.

To your knowledge - Is there a thread here that has a good traction control setup I could borrow?  

as-always, thank you! 

 

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On 1/25/2020 at 9:47 PM, TechDave said:

The 350Z in New Zealand never had Traction Control.

I'm working on updating our streams to include this and a few more features too.

That's great news, thank you!

Personally I think the VDC in useless, but if I let my friends drive my car (400wkw) I prefer to have some stability control available. Our yearly MOT reguires that there are no dashlights lit and the systems work. I think that getting it 100% right will help your sales too.

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