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Old 12-08-2003, 12:54 PM   #16
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Originally posted by SickFinga
i was so sure about that, but damn you are right again
so DSC applies brakes to the front. Is that the main difference?
Yes, DSC includes the full stability control. The primary difference between ASC (which is essentially traction control for the rear wheels only), versus DSC is that DSC can apply brakes to all four wheels, along with using an accelerometer to determine vehicle yaw. This is how they determine vehicle direction in addition to input from the 4 ABS sensors.

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