Brutale 2010 1090 traction control ? -
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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-05-2013, 09:47 AM Thread Starter
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Brutale 2010 1090 traction control ?

I can access traction control, and set the level, but is there actually
T/c on this bike or is it just displaying, for future updates.
Also if it has T/c the manual doesn't say if 1 or 8 is less or more interference.
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-05-2013, 09:55 AM
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Traction control is regulated by the throttle input. Just kidding, I have played with all the settings on mine and have yet to feel it working, although it does drift fairly well.
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0 is TC off 8 is most intrusive
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I'm under the impression that it's triggered by sudden increases in rpm relative to the gear it's in. Not sure how the TC levels differ on this, but be points on a rpm/time curve per gear. If you're hammering it in 5th and hit a wet center line it should kick in when the wheel suddenly turns faster, but if you're powering out of a corner or accelerating right or left at an intersection the wheel spin may not be sudden enough to trip the TC. I've drifted the rear off intersections with TC at 5, but also haven't gotten it to intrude any other time. Purely theory, much like the system itself

Speed is relative, but fast is fast.

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