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Old Sep 9th 2016, 01:01 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by Davyc View Post
Carnt see the point in bypassing the ABS when you can adjust/turn off in different conditions
Because just turning it off doesn't eliminate the many places the fluid had to go and all the places air bubbles can hide.
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Old Sep 9th 2016, 01:13 AM   #32
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Chaotic the 1299S is a tough one because the brakes and semi active DES works in conjunction with each other along with the 3 axis gyro. I would imagine you would have to turn off the dynamic suspension which you probably did since you are racing it. Also you will lose corner lean ABS. The TC and WC will continue to work. Leave pump in, cap off the lines and run new brakes lines from MC to calipers you should be good to go.
I would be completely ok with that. I don't use the Dynamic suspension and have ABS turned off anyway.

So if I could somehow get definitive confirmation that plugging the ports on the ABS unit and running lines directly from the MC to the calipers would let me retain fully functioning TC and WC, that is what we will do.

The problem is that we have to KNOW it. I race multiple bikes and the mornings are hectic as is. I can't show up at the Grand National Finals, find out the plugging/rerouting has disabled the TC and WC, then expect Livengood to be able to strip the bike back down and return everything to OEM before the first race.
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Old Jun 15th 2017, 12:13 AM   #33
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An old thread, but 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.

Now I just need to figure out how to bypass the DES without throwing any errors.

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