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depends on the engine.

XE you could fit an Astra GSI inlet manifold, ABS unit, and traction control ECU and all the relevant wiring.


There are aftermarket systems such as DTA, that interface directly on the injector looms, so are easier to fit.
 

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KRIS_537 said:
its for the let engine

Not a good idea on a LET. The Vauxhall Traction control works by cutting out power to one of the injectors making the engine run essentially on 3 cylinders thus reducing power.

Problem is, on a LET this could let to a cylinder running lean. On a standard LET it won't be a problem but on a tuned one, I'd avoid!
 

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Galahad said:
Not a good idea on a LET. The Vauxhall Traction control works by cutting out power to one of the injectors making the engine run essentially on 3 cylinders thus reducing power.
Bit like not pressing so hard on the accellerator, but quicker reacting:lmao:
 
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