No, that's what the optional Dynamic Response system does (it hydraulically controls the active roll bars to limit body sway in high speed turns.) Dynamic Stability Control uses sensors to limit / avoid skids when one (or more) wheel loses traction and the vehicle starts veering off its path, such when you enter a turn at too high a speed for example. Based on steering input, it applies ABS to one or more of the wheels and/or cuts of the throttle as it deems necessary to regain control of the vehicle and send it back to its intended path. This is different than Traction Control, designed to limit wheelspin during acceleration - which can occur on slippery surfaces, for example - by also applying brakes to the drive wheels and/or limiting throttle.Forgive my ignorance, I am fairly new to the RRS scene, but what does the Dynamic Stability Control do, in brief ? Is that what is controlling that high-tech anti-roll bar, or bars ? Thanx.