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Have you removed the sensors and wiring for the OEM traction control? If so, does this affect anything else on the bike? Speedo? Throw a code?

I have it disabled in the ECU but wanted to check before I rip it all off the bike.
 

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I left mine in place, and utilize the factory TC.

what I am trying to do is get my final tunes done by datalogging and updating the ecu at race pace. then when that is complete, I am going to pull off all external tuning and add ons (think PCV or Bazzaz), and run everything, inc the quickshifter through the ecu.

that way you have no delays in fueling, timing ect.... the ecu gets the signal, then sends the signal.

not the ecu gets the signal, sends it to the bazzaz or pcv, then to the ecu, then to fueling or timing. there will be delays, possible corrupt info, and issues at some point.

eliminating those items not only allows the sytems to react faster but, it is lighter in weight, and prone to less troubleshooting "problems". Ski
 

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I left mine in place, and utilize the factory TC.

what I am trying to do is get my final tunes done by datalogging and updating the ecu at race pace. then when that is complete, I am going to pull off all external tuning and add ons (think PCV or Bazzaz), and run everything, inc the quickshifter through the ecu.

that way you have no delays in fueling, timing ect.... the ecu gets the signal, then sends the signal.

not the ecu gets the signal, sends it to the bazzaz or pcv, then to the ecu, then to fueling or timing. there will be delays, possible corrupt info, and issues at some point.

eliminating those items not only allows the sytems to react faster but, it is lighter in weight, and prone to less troubleshooting "problems". Ski
I cannot use the factory TC as even at the lowest setting, I find it too invasive. I am already committed to utilizing a bazzaz unit for TC/QS/Fuel Management and am very pleased with it. I just want to know if I can remove the unneeded wiring/sensors without it causing trouble for either the ECU or by throwing a code on the dash
 
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