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post #11 of 18 Old 01-05-2017, 01:50 PM
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I got abs to kick in on a gen5. Didnt like the feel of it personally.
If you are not very experienced then abs would only help you.
If your vastly experienced then your fingers do the abs for you.
Racers dont use abs as they usually have alot better control of a bike than jo public
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post #12 of 18 Old 04-17-2017, 06:07 AM
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When I rode my 16 zx10 with abs for the first and only time I grabbed a good handful of front break a few times just to see how the new setup felt. I completely forgot the bike had abs and it didn't kick in. I'm sure I could've gotten it to come on but I'd be doing some fairly stupid shit on the streets to find out. Riding fairly normal and not threshold breaking you won't know it's there.

I have the full setup now laying on my bench after I removed it which really wasn't that hard.
Did you also take out the ABS PUMP. or just take out the lines?
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Did you also take out the ABS PUMP. or just take out the lines?
Yes I removed everything
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I have a 2016 krt traction control no abs and as mentioned earlier i ride responsible for most situations and don't miss it. Thinking if id for it I would probably removed it by now.
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post #15 of 18 Old 04-18-2017, 06:23 PM
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I wanted it,thought I was getting it because I saw the rings on the hubs, but in the end it's just a standard model. for you guys that ripped everything out, does it require an ECU programmed for ABS or could a guy just install everything you've taken out?
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I don't know about the 5th Gen, but the 4th Gen gauge cluster is specific to ABS so don't forget about that part too.

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Thanks porschenut. I guess I should have mentioned its a gen 4. You're right, it would probably need a cluster also.
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for the record thats more money than you should pay for a 15. i got a leftover 15 last may for 10900

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