Right. And this is a Gen 5 thread. :2bitchslap:Not on the 2015. Can't do it that way. That is only on the 2016 where there is the dongle to turn it off.
To properly get rid of the ABS on the bike you can do what I did.
1) Remove all the hardlines from the bike as well as the rubber lines.
2) Freeze plug the Bosch ABS module where it used to connect to the hardlines
3) Keep the ABS module connected to the bike harness otherwise it will go into a safety mode and the bike will not rev up and over 10K RPMs
4) Wire new lines direct from the master cylinders to the calipers themselves.
If you want to temporarily remove ABS, you can pull the fuse and ABS will be disabled, but you will have a light illuminate on the dash saying something is wrong with the ABS system.
Apparently not. You can toggle the modes to turn rear off only, or all off while it's plugged in. If you want to turn it on, you unplug the dongle.Does the dongle give the option to toggle it on and off from the dash or does it just disable it while it's plugged in?
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:repost: :2bitchslap:It gives you two options to set
1) R-Off - Meaning the rear wheel has it's ABS disabled
2) Off - Meaning the front and rear wheel has it's ABS disabled
You also get a flashing yellow ABS light with either of those enabled.
So to re-enable the ABS completely on both wheels, then you have to pull the connector.
The part number for the unit is in the race kit manual. It's an optional part. Any Kawi dealer should be able to order it for you, but they won't find it in the normal fiche unless they know to look in the optional parts for it.I need it, where can I buy one?
My dealer sucks at this ?