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Thanks guys. Ive got two I'm interested in now. One is the one from the first post but I found out on my own that it doesn't have ABS even though the guy said it did. I don't know if he will lower the price because of that or not. The other one is 7 hours away but it's an 11 non-abs with only 3000 miles.
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non abs is what works. I would check new bikes at local dealers; and if you have any questions just bounce them off here like you're doing.
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Ok, so this is the bike I'm going to look at tonight. The guy is adamant that is has ABS, but he cited that because it has tone rings, which, from my understanding, are for traction control, so all the gen 4's have them.

I have been looking more at the rear brake line routing. His rear brake line goes straight to the rear master, whereas I think the ABS models go from rear brake to the ABS distribution block.

Here's a pic of his:



And here's a pic of what I think the ABS line routing is supposed to be..?



Am I right? Or does his bike have ABS? lol
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Ok, so this is the bike I'm going to look at tonight. The guy is adamant that is has ABS, but he cited that because it has tone rings, which, from my understanding, are for traction control, so all the gen 4's have them.

I have been looking more at the rear brake line routing. His rear brake line goes straight to the rear master, whereas I think the ABS models go from rear brake to the ABS distribution block.

Here's a pic of his:



And here's a pic of what I think the ABS line routing is supposed to be..?



Am I right? Or does his bike have ABS? lol
Your picture is very blurry and hard to see for me. There are several ways to tell if a bike has abs feature.

4.The "Gas Pump Light" is the "ABS Light" in the bottom right corner or the instrument panel.

3. on a 2011 Gen4, the VIN will have "zxck" in it if it is an ABS bike. "zxcj" is the NONabs bike.

2. an ABS bike will also have "KIBBS" written vertically next to the forks on the front fender.. unless he replaced it with a non abs fender or he removed the sticker.

1. The KIBS control unit which is visible behind the left side fairing. Here is a pic (from the Owners Manual) with the lower fairing removed. The black plastic cover B is clearly visible with the fairing in place.
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Got it!! Definitely non-abs. No big deal. Needs a new windscreen, a cam chain tensioner adjustment, -1/+1 sprockets and to be ridden!

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Went ahead and ordered up a harness for my Woolich box yesterday and then pulled the cam chain tensioner out a click - fixed the noise there.

Going to order up some sprockets today along with a windscreen and probably some vesrah pads.
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