Ok you guys, ever since I put on the Bilstein 5100's I was having issues with the VSC going off around corners unless I went really slow. After having the Zero Point cal done and it didn't fix the problem I was getting upset. After looking into this further, the fix is quite simple. Thanks to Sparks for giving me the diagram for the VSC sensor. The problem lies with the Yaw and deceleration sensor. It seems to be very sensitive to any nose up condition. Here is what I did. I removed the sensor and shimmed up the back side so it would have a slope, nose down, to it, to simulate not having the front lift. I re-calibrated the Zero Point per the pdf file and bam, no more VSC problem. I was taking the corners squealing the tires and no VSC engagement. To get to the sensor you need to remove the center console. I put 3 of the washers shown on the back side. Be sure to tighten the front first, then the back. I have an 07 Crewmax 4x4, but I imagine all others are the same. Hopefully this will work for you guys too!