But you can anyway switch it off anytime. Why remove it completely ?xplodee, yes removing the whole set up from the bike.
Thanks m3hl, I actually have the ABS bypass lines on the way, and I don't care if there's an error, or if the speedo works.
I'm not expecting it to be very difficult, just always nice if someone has a write up.
But you can anyway switch it off anytime. Why remove it completely ?
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Follow all lines to the unit. Disconnect them all. Remove bolts holding unit down. Remove unit.
That being said there's a ton of crap blocking reaching the heads of bolts holding the lines down. You may need a 3 year olds hands and plenty of whiskey.
Dedicated track bike. Yep then it makes sense.I find it makes it much harder to bleed the brakes properly, and get a good feel for the lever and peddle.
And it's a dedicated track bike I just figure I may as well just pull it all out.
If in India, you could easily sell abs kit.
The RC200 people drool for it. [emoji23]
Just completed this operation. Received the spiegler ABS bypass lines from KTMPerformance because I am setting the bike up for track only. With the ECU flashed to the Akra map the ABS error won't occur. It was quite a task but not all that bad truly. The new brake feel is incredible. As a novice rider and with little mechanical experience the job wasn't that bad.
To start tank had to come off (or just way up and back). From there I drained all the brake lines just using the levers. Once empty I unbolted all the banjoes from outside and then inside and slipped the lines and speed sensors off and out. That left the ABS module in the heart of the machine. Unbolting the coil and a few other things in the way was necessary. Ended up fishing the module out towards the tank and it came off. Unfortunately the module is bolted to the frame, or a bracket that is bolted to the frame. That required using wrenches sideways with tiny little turns until it came out. I should have filmed the operation and put commentary to it. Anyways, it's very do-able even for a newb and now I have wicked orange lines and killer braking.