Vsc plus Trac. handling?

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Old 30 Dec 2006, 07:53 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default Vsc plus Trac. handling?

VSC plus TRAC. Is it 100% good to have or are there some situations when it
is more a negative factor.

I tried a 2007 Camry LE V6 without the vsc plus trac and another Camry LE
2007 with it. These two cars were handling the road differently . the Camry
with TRAC/VSC seemed heavier, less nimble , less responsive, too soft a
suspension.




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Old 30 Dec 2006, 08:58 pm   #2 (permalink)
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The TRAC only operates when accelerating from full stop, it prevents
your wheels from spinning if started on a slippery surface. For the
VSC, It will control your engine and braking so that engine braking is
prevalent when cornering on a slippery road. Suspension is not part of
the VSC/TRAC.
But to be honest, I havent driven the Camry with VSC/TRAC. But I did
feel my front wheel spin when I started when there was ice going upto
Mt. Baldy.

Did you somehow driven the SE with sport suspension?

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Old 30 Dec 2006, 11:47 pm   #3 (permalink)
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they were both LE version of the camry V6.
Are you saying that there is a sport suspension version? if that is the case
, maybe I drove the sport suspension version without the VSC set up , and
then the non sport version , with the vsc , which felt not quite right.


"EdV" <edramirventura@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> The TRAC only operates when accelerating from full stop, it prevents
> your wheels from spinning if started on a slippery surface. For the
> VSC, It will control your engine and braking so that engine braking is
> prevalent when cornering on a slippery road. Suspension is not part of
> the VSC/TRAC.
> But to be honest, I havent driven the Camry with VSC/TRAC. But I did
> feel my front wheel spin when I started when there was ice going upto
> Mt. Baldy.
>
> Did you somehow driven the SE with sport suspension?
>



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Old 01 Jan 2007, 08:41 pm   #4 (permalink)
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The Sports Edition says SE not LE on the tail. The SE has a stiffer
suspension which includes strut braces.

"l'*" <lependule@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> they were both LE version of the camry V6.
> Are you saying that there is a sport suspension version? if that is the
> case , maybe I drove the sport suspension version without the VSC set up ,
> and then the non sport version , with the vsc , which felt not quite
> right.
>
>
> "EdV" <edramirventura@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:1167533906.018749.153070@h40g2000cwb.googlegr oups.com...
>> The TRAC only operates when accelerating from full stop, it prevents
>> your wheels from spinning if started on a slippery surface. For the
>> VSC, It will control your engine and braking so that engine braking is
>> prevalent when cornering on a slippery road. Suspension is not part of
>> the VSC/TRAC.
>> But to be honest, I havent driven the Camry with VSC/TRAC. But I did
>> feel my front wheel spin when I started when there was ice going upto
>> Mt. Baldy.
>>
>> Did you somehow driven the SE with sport suspension?
>>

>
>



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