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M35 Stagea 2004 yaw sensor

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Hey Guys, 

Im a bit new to this whole forums thing but its worth a shot lol.

I brought a 2004 M35 Nissan Stagea 350rx about 4 months ago and i absolutely love it! Plenty of power, plenty of boot but no skids or burnouts :( 

so ive been looking allover the internet and youtube to find out that most new vehicles have something called a "Yaw sensor". Ive watched a couple of people on the internet put a switch on them and i'm really keen to do the same but unfortunately for me they must of relocated it. Apparently its meant to be located underneath the centre console but i took it apart and it wasn't there .... 

So moral of my question is does anyone know where they may of relocated the yaw sensor or now of any other ways i might be able to do a skid and not be so embarrassed when everyones doing burnouts and mine just revs to 2500rpm Lol 


Cheers IMG_1436.thumb.jpg.22362fefed77ced9545187f83c5e9d5b.jpg 

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