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RR1090 Traction Control / Map Settings

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would anybody have experience to share about the traction control 8 levels and the "map" settings on the RR? I'm not even sure I got how to select "sport" and "rain"...
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Thanks revhead, I've got one and they explain how to select but not in what circumstances each of them is appropriate... Sport and rain I can guess (even if I'm not sure what "sport" does) but not the 8 different levels of TC...
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Regarding traction control. 8 is the most sensitive. 1 is least sensitive. 0 is traction control off. Its really up to the user what they desire. You can always start at 8 and work your way down or to whatever circumstance your using the bike in.

The dealer we went through told us 1 was the most sensitive, but as above, its the other way around.

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Thanks Donsy. Great cheat sheet. So 0 + "sport" for the track and 8 + "rain" map when really bad weather... with all nuances in between.
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Regarding traction control. 8 is the most sensitive. 1 is least sensitive. 0 is traction control off. Its really up to the user what they desire. You can always start at 8 and work your way down or to whatever circumstance your using the bike in.

The dealer we went through told us 1 was the most sensitive, but as above, its the other way around.
cheers Deano

Sorry guys I was so impatient to jump on the bike I didn't really discuss this with the dealer. I will try to check what to expect when the TC is actionned...
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My TC is set on 4, had it come on once that I know of on a damp day on the GOR in sport. Its pretty subtle, try that for a starting point. I leave mine in sport mode 99% of the time, rain map is good for slow stop/start city riding, not so sensitive. When you reset odometer best way to remember is hit the top button once long, (more than 4 sec's), then short, bottom button 2 long presses.
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ive never felt mine work and its set on no.8.is there a light or any other indicator to show its activating.
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