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So I've just put the bike into sport mode for the first time since running her in, all I can say is WOW. I thought she was fast but this is a whole other level. I've left the traction control on the full amount and the ABS on too.

Apart from custom mode has anyone made any alterations in sport mode?
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Hahaha, I remember that moment. I'd straight away turn TC down to at least 4, it bogs the engine down far too often on 8 for what you'd think is absolutely no reason at all. Other than that, enjoy

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So I've just put the bike into sport mode for the first time since running her in, all I can say is WOW. I thought she was fast but this is a whole other level. I've left the traction control on the full amount and the ABS on too.

Apart from custom mode has anyone made any alterations in sport mode?
im running mine in on normal mode. first service this week, cant wait to try sport.
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Hahaha, I remember that moment. I'd straight away turn TC down to at least 4, it bogs the engine down far too often on 8 for what you'd think is absolutely no reason at all. Other than that, enjoy
ive had that a few times now just delays throttle response for no reason
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Yeah that's it, turn it down a few notches

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Tax at 2. Custom mode all sport but normal throttle reponse (to cope with my ham fisted throttle hand!)
Love the lack of engine braking in sport.

Take a chance while you still got the choice.
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Tax at 2. Custom mode all sport but normal throttle reponse (to cope with my ham fisted throttle hand!)
Love the lack of engine braking in sport.
with the throttle response on normal is it better for doing and carrying wheelies or would sport be better? cant wait to see what it wheelies like.
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Normal is better for me as sport is a bit too sensitive.

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Tax at 2? Wtf did I type before auto carrot changed it?

Wheelies? Obv on a closed road.
Normal throttle response works for me-less likely to "see you on the flip side"

>to the tune of Alanis Morrisette's Ironic<
"It's like ray-i-ain on your wheely strip
It's like going for the back brake, when you've already flipped
It's good advice, that you just couldn't take
Now you're sat on your ass feeling moronic"



Ahem. Yeah. When you're as skilled as me at wheelies you want to allow for the most ham fisted throttle response.

Max torque is the key here. Wheelies are big and they are clever.

You know, when I was a kid, I'd be waiting for the bus aged 17 home from college and someone would wheelie past me and the girls at the bus stop. I'd think "what a tool". Obviously when I do it, the girls are going "ooooh! Isn't he cool!"

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Tax at 2 = TC at 2. Frickin auto carrot

Take a chance while you still got the choice.
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