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Thread: Traction contol vs stability control on the V's

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    thebigjimsho is offline Cadillac Owners 10000+ Posts
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    In the barrel of a gun...
    Quote Originally Posted by 2012 CTS-V

    Thanks everyone. If I just mash it in my car and leave all the systems on, I will get wheel spin and the systems will cut off the power which will kill my quarter mile time. I think I just have to learn how to get the car going with limited wheel spin and then put the pedal all the way to the floor. I just get so damn excited sometimes but too much wheel spin is the worst! I haven't been to the track yet but will post my times when I get a chance to go.
    Does it? With everything left on, my V is allowed a little wheelspin and power is not cut off, it is managed. It's not intrusive at all.

    I've kept the T/C on on badly prepped strips and have had success...

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    Mar 2010
    Detroit, USA

    Re: Traction contol vs stability control on the V's

    Just to bring closure to my earlier pursuit of a "more robust" description of Competitive Mode, my original post is all I have to offer I'm afraid (heard back from the Technical Assistance Center and they said "that's all she wrote!"). However, it looks as though other forum members have contributed to the discussion, and I hope it has quenched that thirst for more information.

    All the best,
    Cadillac Customer Service

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