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Have any of the abs/technical wizards out there found a way to disable just rear wheel abs? I find having abs on the front and off on the rear as desirable in certain off-road situations. Some other adv bikes offer this function from factory.

Ideally having this switchable on-the-fly is ideal.

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Try the RHS button on the lower dash. Switches rear abs off. OFFROAD  then  lights up on the screen. 

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I thought it switches off ABS to both front and rear?

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5 minutes ago, close range said:

I thought it switches off ABS to both front and rear?

I think you are right... 👍

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1 hour ago, Aleksandar13 said:

I think you are right... 👍

Oooops, I think your right 😊 was thinking of the Africa Twin, my last bike traded for the T7. Too many toys in the shed, I'm losing track or dementia is setting in.🤪

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Front ABS is always on even when you turn the ABS off with the button in the dashboard. The rear is the only one that goes off or on based on the button and ABS light. 

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I wish I knew the answer to this 100% without having to grab a fist full of front brake with the ABS turned off (off road mode).  😜

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Front also goes off.

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8 hours ago, RobFelicci said:

Front ABS is always on even when you turn the ABS off with the button in the dashboard. The rear is the only one that goes off or on based on the button and ABS light. 

Sorry, incorrect. Both Front & Rear  ABS are disabled when placed in Off-Road mode.

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What do you guys do when you get bored on a ride...?  Both wheels lock up nicely.

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Find a more exiting track?

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I'm using this kit now for about 6 months and love it. It's a little on the technical side to install but I managed to do mine ok and it works flawlessly so far. 

 

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