Gen 5: 2016 -> How "good" is the new TC ? (racers) - Page 3 - Kawasaki ZX-10R.net
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post #21 of 27 Old 04-13-2016, 10:28 AM Thread Starter
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I have ran faster at every track I've had the chance to visit with my gen 5. I attribute some of that progress to the new electronics. I use the kit ecu and with the settings I've ended up at so far I'm very impressed with the progress.
That's awesome to hear! I plan on getting the kit ecu. I have talked to a few other people in the Pro circles and they stated they electronics are indeed very good once you get into them. But that's why asked right. I found out some very useful information and am on path to get the bike how I would like it. Cheers to a good forum
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That's awesome to hear! I plan on getting the kit ecu. I have talked to a few other people in the Pro circles and they stated they electronics are indeed very good once you get into them. But that's why asked right. I found out some very useful information and am on path to get the bike how I would like it. Cheers to a good forum
You will find that the electronics work well with the Kit ECU. Enjoy the bike!
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After a few race weekends with my Gen 5 I can tell you what ThermosMan said is spot on. The bike will not drive out of a corner when leaned over. I'm going to run with my electronics off until I get a kit ECU that has adjustable settings or The guys at Flash tune release the TC updates they have been working on.
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Then with flash, the traction control doesn't work well? My bike is flashed and It's only track use.
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post #25 of 27 Old 06-05-2016, 03:25 PM Thread Starter
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After a few race weekends with my Gen 5 I can tell you what ThermosMan said is spot on. The bike will not drive out of a corner when leaned over. I'm going to run with my electronics off until I get a kit ECU that has adjustable settings or The guys at Flash tune release the TC updates they have been working on.
I actually agree 100% . The power difference with it off is significant. Its very invasive. I dont mind not having it for now myself.
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None of the TC electronics offered on a production bike are racer level period. None of them ever have been so I am not really sure why you guys would all of the sudden expect to have professional level electronics and software on the streetbike you bought from a dealership.
Yes. Real Pros know how to ride. End of story. Some entry pros will use whatever then adjust to what the fast guys are doing or drop out.
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Yes. Real Pros know how to ride. End of story. Some entry pros will use whatever then adjust to what the fast guys are doing or drop out.
You tell em.
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