ive had plenty of ride time with my buddys 07 10r that makes quite a bit power over stock and the problem that i noticed with this unit is that when the tire slips, it has a pause or delay in power, its very brief but i could definitely notice it when in WOT.
for track, probably better that you control your rear tire with your throttle, and not rely on something to monitor it for you.
i would assume that on the track you can slip your tire a bit without losing complete traction, the TC unit doesnt want to let you get that far from total traction - resulting in a delay in power delivery, if your exiting a corner and this delay kicks in, you just lost your linear power curve just when you needed it most..
thats just my .02
in other thoughts, for street riding on a powerful bike or maybe a less experienced rider on the track, this seems to be a really good idea
p.s.- without the TC it rips loose sideways and picks up the front relatively violently, and it doesnt take much to control, basically does it all by itself, you just gotta have undies on tight enough to keep your cool!
'04 ZX10R - PART OUT!!
'08 CBR1000RR - dealership is trying to steal it!
'06 CBR1000RR - her name WAS "Freedom"
'07 CBR1000RR - her name is "Gotham" (also FS)
Last edited by SilviaVsSupra; 01-08-2009 at 10:38 AM.