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Old May 9th 2017, 06:08 PM   #51
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I would be interested in this route as well. If it gets rid of the "squishy" feeling in the brakes...I am in.
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Old May 9th 2017, 06:24 PM   #52
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Well about the logic it would be complex. I initially wanted to go this way just fashion a plug and get rid of all of it. But I researched it and there is a big difference in abs and non abs wheel speed sensor pass through. In non abs models the wheel speed is processed by the bbs and in abs model
It is processed by abs logic and then fed to the BBs via can line. So simple jumpers won't work. The logic plug would have to be able to process wheel speed hall sensor signal and digitize it and feed into the can line. So I guess the research and investment is not worth it. I have an electronics guy I work with look into it and see if we can find a solution. But even this way you can throw out 4 lbs of weight while spending zero dollars


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Old May 9th 2017, 06:44 PM   #53
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Good info. Thanks. I figured it was going to be a cluster but thought I would ask.
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Old Jun 15th 2017, 12:15 AM   #54
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I have just done this on my 1299s race bike with no issues.

All I did was turn the ABS off in all modes and plugged the pump off and ran lines direct from master cylinder, brakes have a much better feel now on track.

The Orange ABS light remains on the left side of the dash which I believe this stays on anyway if ABS is turned off, but I get no 'error' codes and I don't want to turn ABS back on to find out if it throws any errors.

Does anyone know how to bypass the DES?

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Old Jun 15th 2017, 01:21 AM   #55
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Originally Posted by mikecarr4 View Post
I have just done this on my 1299s race bike with no issues.

All I did was turn the ABS off in all modes and plugged the pump off and ran lines direct from master cylinder, brakes have a much better feel now on track.

The Orange ABS light remains on the left side of the dash which I believe this stays on anyway if ABS is turned off, but I get no 'error' codes and I don't want to turn ABS back on to find out if it throws any errors.

Does anyone know how to bypass the DES?

Cheers,

Mike.


Did you plug of the whole pump where is the big connector in this case on the dash where the DTC field is you will have a "-" which means that dtc is is not working. If you just removed the pump and left the electronics connected it will be fine.


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