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Cruise control ?

Can anyone tell me if the cruise control is supposed to cut out when leaning into a corner? At 110kph on sweeping bends it has done it 3 times now, it's a bit scary.

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Greetings Geoff,

Have a quick read... general discussion about CC and such.
I don't have such fancy controls but what I've learned via thread is if you engage your clutch or brake it disengages CC. That's very probable on a curve even if its sweeping.

https://www.mvagusta.net/forum/74-tu...nt-engage.html

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Can anyone tell me if the cruise control is supposed to cut out when leaning into a corner? At 110kph on sweeping bends it has done it 3 times now, it's a bit scary.
I had not noticed this....how far are you leaning? Im assuming you are riding through fast long sweepers? There might be a lean angle sensor that cuts cruise based on degree of angle.

Maybe you hit a bump and traction control cut in. What setting do you set your TC to?

On my TV the only things that cut CC are downshifting, and front brake engagement.



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Can anyone tell me if the cruise control is supposed to cut out when leaning into a corner? At 110kph on sweeping bends it has done it 3 times now, it's a bit scary.
My '06 TV does the same.
But it does seem more sensitive (less lean angle) when going left than to the right.

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Not had this problem with mine, but I never engaged cruise control on bends that the lean angle would be an issue. However, Cruise control is only allowed in 6th gear (which is my biggest gripe) so at 110km the revs are fairly low, maybe it's a combination of factors. For me to engage cruise control at a reasonable speed and revs I'd lose my licence, most roads are 90km max. I don't know why they can't allow you to engage cruise in say 3rd or 4th gear once over a minimum speed.


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Thanks guys, this happens only on right lean angle without touching any controls, @Figifister you may be right about a lean angle sensor? And also discovered that you can disengage CC buy just putting pressure under the gear lever and pushing up. Traction control is on 8, never played with it.

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Thanks guys, this happens only on right lean angle without touching any controls, @Figifister you may be right about a lean angle sensor? And also discovered that you can disengage CC buy just putting pressure under the gear lever and pushing up. Traction control is on 8, never played with it.
On 8!! Holy crap turn it off! Just to see how much faster the bike is...oh and to se if it solves your problem. Haha

8 is so intrusive. I ride on 4 unless I'm racing someone.

I would bet money it's your traction control but just try that first to se.

You haven't lived if you've only rode it on 8!

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On 8!! Holy crap turn it off! Just to see how much faster the bike is...oh and to se if it solves your problem. Haha

8 is so intrusive. I ride on 4 unless I'm racing someone.

I would bet money it's your traction control but just try that first to se.

You haven't lived if you've only rode it on 8!

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So, it seems like it was the traction control cutting in on the corners. Set on 3 and have not had it happen again, still, I think it's a dangerous situation to have a sudden loss of power mid-corner safety device or not.

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