I know the risks. The potential for lawsuits is ever present. Especially because I am going to do 100% of the work myself. Still gonna try. Any mod no matter how small can be twisted in a courtroom as the cause of the accident/crash. It's all good. Either way, thanks for the forewarning and thoughtful response. I have a sticky throttle plate on my Avenger and I won't even move it further than my garage because I don't want it to stick open and end up in a ditch.Consider that the product liability for a "roll-your-own" retrofitted ABS and Traction Control system is immense. While your ambition is commendable, the potential down side can lead to serious "puckering" when one factors in being on the wrong side of a wrongful death lawsuit brought by the survivors of the guy who is killed when a defect in your installation is found to be he cause. Unless the risk analysts and underwriters have changed their tune in recent years, product liability insurance is so costly, if it is even available, it is effectively unavailable and you would likely be flying bare with balls of steel. Consider further that any shop that did the actual wrench turning would likely be at risk financially as well. Remember the unintended acceleration litigation with the Audi's from three decades ago or the more recent Toyota/Lexus debacle? Cost of defense alone would be financially crippling. I know this sounds like I am raining on your parade and that is not my intent. I would hope you proceed with eyes wide open as you develop your plan for this ambitious project.
I bet that if I found a mid 90's Mustang GT most of the running gear that I would need would be right there. Even if I had to use the factory ECU. Only have to fool it into thinking its running an engine. Did that once already. Had a Megasquirt running the engine, but retained all the sensors for the factory ECU. ECU didn't know the difference. All gauges worked etc...