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Old 11-03-2006, 12:50 PM   #21
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Motogp has had it for a while. Basically an ECU monitors certain engine and suspension parameters and that in turn makes changes to the engine timing and ignition curves to limit wheelspin. I'm sure its more complicated but you get the picture. AMA approved it for their bikes this past season. When you see these guys ride in person, it doesn't look like too much power. And these aren't even Motogp levels of power.

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Old 11-03-2006, 04:09 PM   #22
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wsbk has had it for a while heck even the zx7rr that chris walker rode in like 2001 had it. not as modern as this probably just killed spark when the wheel spun but it was traction control though.
Was that traction control or engine control? In certain motorsports and between different leagues there is a subtle difference.
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Was that traction control or engine control? In certain motorsports and between different leagues there is a subtle difference.


Suzuki has been using traction control in AMA for the last couple of years. (Cheaters!) Of course, they weren't calling it traction control, they called it 'engine management'
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