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Old 09-05-2007, 06:18 PM   #1
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What years had 3 Channel (ABS) or 4 Channel (ABS/TCS) ?
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It does not go by year, rather the vehicle itself and how it was optioned from the factory. 98-02 LS1 cars can come with either. The 93-97 cars I believe are just 3 channel, don't quote me on that though.
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Do autos come with TCS or just 6 spds?
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Do autos come with TCS or just 6 spds?
TCS is not based on transmission, it is based on the vehicle itself...so either trans can come with a TCS rear.
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