Re: 800 tt vs. Speed 12 If you, "know damn well what it is," then you would imediatly ignore the marketing claim that a longer pedal travel is like traction control. You also wouldn't assume that what works on 300 bhp cars will work on 900+ bhp cars. Who realy wants to drive around using only a quarter of the car's throttle at most anyways. The problem with cars that have this much power is that it has to be restricted somehow, either through traction control, or some other electronic device. If you can't lay the power down with out traction control, then why would you want that much power? If you were mearly relaying TVR's stance on traction control, then you should have mentioned their philosophy, not what an ad guy says. Their philosophy is that if you have to electonically limit the power to less than what the engine makes, then what is the point in having all that power.