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post #1 of 7 Old 08-24-2009, 08:58 PM Thread Starter
 
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How can you turn off traction control

im a newby to Kawasaki but i just bought a 09 zx10 and i cant figure out how to launch the bike with out it interfering so far my mods are usb v bocks full system lowered front and rear and strapped and one tooth down on the front can anyone help me please thanx
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The bike is confused. Straps throw the Gyro sensor in the launch portion of the TC way off. Try unpugging the ECU for a couple runs.

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im confused explain please
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post #4 of 7 Old 08-24-2009, 10:35 PM
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Go to Ivan's performance products website. www.ivansperformanceproducts.com or call Ivan and he has a TRE that disables that traction control (KIMS) on the 08-09 models.
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If the bike isn't perfectly level, the small bubble level inside the ECU tips to one side and throws an internal error code to the ECU.

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My understanding of the traction control on the 3rd Gen it's not suppose to kick in one bit on launching a 10r....you might have clutch issues
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My understanding of the traction control on the 3rd Gen it's not suppose to kick in one bit on launching a 10r....you might have clutch issues
I can see how it could kick on during a swb launch, in the split second before the bike hits full throttle...although it hasn't happened to my 08.
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