Jamie wrote:You have to trick the bike.......not so sure if ABS is also temporarily disconnected but the linked brakes are. Engage the front brake with ignition off. Keep the front brake engaged, turn ignition on and let the computer do its checks, start the bike – still with the front brake engaged. It should now display an ABS fault that doesn’t disappear once starting to move. The linked brakes are now temporarily disconnected and a burn out is possible.
As said before. Not sure if ABS is also now disconnected. Problem with an ABS fault display, it reports a variety of brake related problems and it can therefore be dangerous to ride with an ABS fault
joema wrote:y track advice is (1) Use new high-quality tires, (2) Leave ABS enabled, (3) Don't stab the brakes suddenly, but progressively ramp up braking pressure. This is good for both ABS and suspension reasons.
If you want to experiment with the so-called disable procedure, try it very carefully on the street with the back brake. Even then we don't know for sure what that does. I'd be hesitant to trust my life to that on the track.
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