Kawasaki ZX-10R Forum banner

traction control

  1. Performance and Tech
    New gen 5 owner. In short, my quickshifter (KQS) is not working, at least I think it's not. Unsure if I have an ECU flash at the moment. Feels solid or hard trying to kick up without the clutch lever in any gear. I checked the settings to make sure it's on and it was. It wont even budge in any...
  2. The ZX-10R
    Having decided to spend a few bucks on the bike I started thinking about traction control. I know there's a KIMS system which is really just an anti-slip control from what I gather. The Bazzaz looks like it's more of the same but with adjustable parameters. The other two I started looking at...
  3. The ZX-10R
    I could have sworn up and down that if you have TC on any level it didn't matter and that the bike would know the difference between a power wheelie ( to kick in wheelie control) and a play wheelie ( to let one ride a wheelie)..??..am i just totally wrong?..every time i wanna ride a wheelie for...
  4. The ZX-10R
    Does something need to be disabled when running this bike on the dyno? I turned the traction control to off. During the dyno run the following lights were blinking. I just notice the FI light was also on. The bike runs fine, no lights or anything.
  5. Riders Discount
    To harness the full potential of your motorcycle’s engine capabilities, look no further than the Bazzaz Z-AFM self Mapping kit. Now, you don’t need to go to the dyno to get a properly mapped ECU; just install this device, (easily) program it with the software you already have from your Z-Fi...
  6. Riders Discount
    Lots of racers and street riders trust Bazzaz Performance Design components to give them the power they need with no-hassle installation and superior product support. We have all BPD ECUs: Z-Fi, Z-Fi QS (with quick shifter) and Z-Fi TC (quick shifter AND traction control) for most late-model...
Top