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Im sure i read somewhere that cars with ESP (inc. VZ's) cant be optioned with
FE2 susupension.
FE2 will upset the settings with the ESP module/sensors hence the reason.

Doesnt look good for anyone wanting to modify/lower cars with ESP.

Can anyone confirm this?
 

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there would probably be some sort of alternative then if that was true, the ss and ss-v etc are still lower
 

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The article said about how ESP was not an option for SS variants.
Surely Holdens are working on ESP for SS's with FE2.....
 

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VZ SV6/SV8/SS is factory standard with FE2 and ESP..

Besides, isn't the VE going to get a total suspension overhaul anyway? FE2 probably won't exist...
 

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FE2 is no more. The VE has a totally new suspension setup.
 

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VZ Calais with FE1.5 had ESP:)

They will need a new name but Fe2 just makes you think sports so i would like them to go on with it. I don't know anyone else thats uses a system like that to describe there sports suspension settings?.
 
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As mentioned ESP is std on all models so those with sports suspensions like SV6 & SS will aslo have ESP.
 

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FE2 and ESP is standard on VE Calais and Calais V though it will be obviously a next generation of Sprts suspension.

We'll have Sports suspension on our packs at work so they'll have something..
 

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All VE's come STANDARD with "Sports Suspension" except the Omega and Berlina (which can both be options with Sports Suspension". Also, it is no longer referred to as FE2 suspension... ESP is standard accross the VE range.
 

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Scotty_Doesn't_Know said:
All VE's come STANDARD with "Sports Suspension" except the Omega and Berlina (which can both be options with Sports Suspension". Also, it is no longer referred to as FE2 suspension... ESP is standard accross the VE range.
In the current Motor magazine or Wheels... one or the other. The designers refer to it still as FE2 suspension.
 
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