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Discussion in '360/430' started by SlickMurphy, Nov 8, 2004.
If so, how does it work?
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360 does, and I think the 550 adn 575 may have. I don't know how they work, but when you are starting to get loose, they control the speed of the wheel that the computer feels is a problem. Use of brakes, etc. in making that happen.
That is correct I think. Most cars from the 355 and earlier didnt have traction control.
Ferrari's "Electronic Stability Control" is "ASR"--anti-slip regulation.
The 360 has it, and so does the 575M and the 456M.
Add 612 and F430...
Don't forget the NNO...