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Technical Section => Make / Model Specific Discussions => BMW 1200 LC => Topic started by: brettp on March 17, 2015, 08:38:57 am

Title: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: brettp on March 17, 2015, 08:38:57 am
I tend to flick between Road and Dynamic....however I am liking Dynamic more n more.....

Would be interesting to know if the respective modes have an impact on fuel consumption??

anyone know?
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: JohnB on March 17, 2015, 08:59:40 am
My bike has one mode only - Happy mode  ;D

Sorry , I had to.
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: Frannarossi on March 17, 2015, 09:01:02 am
Same here.....
I've been trying to figure out of the bike is thirstier on dynamic mode but what the hell,might as well just enjoy it!I still want to try dynamic mode on gravel and just switch off the esa and abs....should be more fun than the enduro mode..... :pot:
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: Dirty Boy on March 17, 2015, 09:02:56 am
Start bike, as it starts moving, engage " what out for idiots, watch out for idiots.........." till I get home.
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: TheBear on March 17, 2015, 10:20:19 am
Road.
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: OomD on March 17, 2015, 10:40:39 am
Dynamic, mostly. When the road is wet (whether raining or not) I use rain mode. I believe they've put a lot of thought into their modes, and if you ride properly (like we always should) then the rider aids will not really have an effect. But the day you overcook it, on a wet road, or simply slip out or have to stop really quickly is the day you're glad their rider aids are there.
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: BikerJan on March 17, 2015, 10:44:10 am
I normally use "Road"on tar, except in the twisties, where I normally use "Dynamic". On dirt I normally use Enduro Pro, as I prefer the ABS to be off on the rear wheel, and on for the front. I also enjoy the fact that more wheel spin is possible in Enduro Pro. This mode has absolutely no reflection on my ability to ride >:D
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: plaky on March 17, 2015, 02:31:58 pm
I commute every day in peak hour traffic so I use road mode, much smoother. My son told me that there is quite a big difference in the mapping of road vs Dynamic like 20% more in Dynamic. I get around 5.7 to 6L/100km commuting which I think is great. I ride according to the traffic and if the road is open I wind it, so it is not all woesy riding. I have not used Dynamic mode in traffic but would assume you don't need it and will be heavier on petrol if it makes the motor more responsive.
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: Vanjea on March 17, 2015, 03:17:08 pm
So in a all-out drag race, would there be a big difference in "road" vs "dynamic"? I believe both modes use max engine power right?
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: OomD on March 17, 2015, 03:44:32 pm
I commute every day in peak hour traffic so I use road mode, much smoother. My son told me that there is quite a big difference in the mapping of road vs Dynamic like 20% more in Dynamic. I get around 5.7 to 6L/100km commuting which I think is great. I ride according to the traffic and if the road is open I wind it, so it is not all woesy riding. I have not used Dynamic mode in traffic but would assume you don't need it and will be heavier on petrol if it makes the motor more responsive.

Interesting. Riding mostly on Dynamic, commuting every day (not even highway riding) I get 5.6L/100Km.
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: Andre.Bike on March 17, 2015, 04:27:06 pm
5 riding Modes

The new R 1200 GS Adventure offers five riding modes. Two come standard with the new Adventure--Road and Rain. The other three--Dynamic, Enduro and Enduro Pro, are optional.

The 5 Riding Modes of the Motorcycle
•Rain
•Road
•Dynamic
•Enduro
•Enduro Pro

To ride in Enduro Pro mode, a coding plug must be inserted into the wiring harness (located under the rider seat, next to the DME).

Each mode varies settings for the ride-by- wire throttle response, ABS and ASC intervention, as well as how the Dynamic ESA varies compression and rebound damping during riding.




Rain Mode
Rain Mode gives the rider soft and smooth engine response when riding on roads with difficult grip conditions, but lets the rider to make use of the full torque and power.

The ASC is tuned for early intervention to provide maximum safety when accelerating.

ABS is geared for on-road use.

If the bike is equipped with the optional Dynamic ESA, damping of the front and rear suspension struts is set to soft.
NOTE: ABS and ASC may be manually deactivated by the rider in any of the modes. If the encoding jumper is in place, both systems will remain deactivated even after the ignition has been switched off.





Road Mode
NOTE: ABS and ASC may be manually deactivated by the rider in any of the modes. If the encodcing jumper is in place, both systems will remain deactivated even after the ignition has been switched off.

In Road Mode, the ASC provides optimal traction on dry asphalt.
The ABS is tuned for on-road use.





Dynamic Mode
Dynamic Mode, ASC characteristics are sharper for this specific profile.
It allows experienced riders to make minor drifts.
The ABS is turned on for on- road use, and is combined with a more dynamic and direct engine throttle response.

If the Dynamic ESA is part of the motorcycle, the damping will be more taut.
NOTE: ABS and ASC may be manually deactivated by the rider in any of the modes. If the encoding jumper is in place, both systems will remain deactivated even after the ignition has been switched off.




Enduro Mode
In the Enduro Mode, the ASC will allow for increased slip at the rear wheel to make minor off-road drifts possible.

The ABS tuning is geared here for riding on loose surfaces such as gravel roads using on- road tires and accordingly higher levels of slip.

The optional Dynamic ESA is tuned for high traction.
NOTE: Enduro Mode was designed for off-road riding only.
Enduro Mode
NOTE: ABS and ASC may be manually deactivated by the rider in any of the modes. If the encoding jumper is in place, both systems will remain deactivated even after the ignition has been switched off.





Enduro Pro Mode
NOTE: Enduro Pro Mode was designed for off-road riding only.
ABS and ASC may be manually deactivated by the rider in any of the modes. If the coding plug is in place, both systems will remain deactivated even after the ignition has been switched off.
For ambitious Enduro riders, the Enduro Pro mode is offered in conjunction with an additional coding plug. This mode offers both a spontaneous engine response and is at the same time tuned to cater to the use of knobbies.

The ABS function for the rear wheel is deactivated in this mode whenever the rider steps on the foot brake lever.

Dynamic ESA is tuned for maximum traction.

ASC is geared for professional Enduro operation and allows for a distinctly higher slip.

 
__________________
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: Andre.Bike on March 17, 2015, 04:37:40 pm
On road I ride in the  ROAD mode with ASC off and on gravel on Enduro with ASC off..
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: TheBear on March 17, 2015, 05:22:24 pm
I commute every day in peak hour traffic so I use road mode, much smoother. My son told me that there is quite a big difference in the mapping of road vs Dynamic like 20% more in Dynamic. I get around 5.7 to 6L/100km commuting which I think is great. I ride according to the traffic and if the road is open I wind it, so it is not all woesy riding. I have not used Dynamic mode in traffic but would assume you don't need it and will be heavier on petrol if it makes the motor more responsive.

Interesting. Riding mostly on Dynamic, commuting every day (not even highway riding) I get 5.6L/100Km.

Jissie!  Julle ouens jaag!   In Road mode,  on my commute (about 25% highway)  I get 4,8L/100km.
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: OomD on March 17, 2015, 07:16:28 pm
I commute every day in peak hour traffic so I use road mode, much smoother. My son told me that there is quite a big difference in the mapping of road vs Dynamic like 20% more in Dynamic. I get around 5.7 to 6L/100km commuting which I think is great. I ride according to the traffic and if the road is open I wind it, so it is not all woesy riding. I have not used Dynamic mode in traffic but would assume you don't need it and will be heavier on petrol if it makes the motor more responsive.

Interesting. Riding mostly on Dynamic, commuting every day (not even highway riding) I get 5.6L/100Km.

Jissie!  Julle ouens jaag!   In Road mode,  on my commute (about 25% highway)  I get 4,8L/100km.
Hmmm, maybe I should ride in road mode for a while and see how that affects fuel consumption. Maar dan, ek ry nie soos 'n ou man nie...  :imaposer:

Ernstig nou, ek ry wel ook nie (altyd) soos 'n hooligan nie.
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: OomD on March 17, 2015, 07:18:58 pm
...Enduro Pro Mode
...For ambitious Enduro riders, the Enduro Pro mode is offered in conjunction with an additional coding plug. This mode offers both a spontaneous engine response and is at the same time tuned to cater to the use of knobbies.

...Dynamic ESA is tuned for maximum traction.

I wonder how exactly they tune the engine for the use of knobblies? Is this also because knobblies are assumed to have more grip off-road than Anakee's would? And how do you tune the ESA for more traction but at the same time tune it for knobblies?
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: Draadwerk on March 17, 2015, 07:44:47 pm
It only pertains to ABS and ASC. The amount of slip is increased to provide for drifting of the back wheel. ASC do not intervene so quickly. That is all in essence.
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: Raka on March 17, 2015, 10:32:16 pm
5 riding Modes

The new R 1200 GS Adventure offers five riding modes. Two come standard with the new Adventure--Road and Rain. The other three--Dynamic, Enduro and Enduro Pro, are optional.

The 5 Riding Modes of the Motorcycle
•Rain
•Road
•Dynamic
•Enduro
•Enduro Pro

To ride in Enduro Pro mode, a coding plug must be inserted into the wiring harness (located under the rider seat, next to the DME).

Each mode varies settings for the ride-by- wire throttle response, ABS and ASC intervention, as well as how the Dynamic ESA varies compression and rebound damping during riding.




Rain Mode
Rain Mode gives the rider soft and smooth engine response when riding on roads with difficult grip conditions, but lets the rider to make use of the full torque and power.

The ASC is tuned for early intervention to provide maximum safety when accelerating.

ABS is geared for on-road use.

If the bike is equipped with the optional Dynamic ESA, damping of the front and rear suspension struts is set to soft.
NOTE: ABS and ASC may be manually deactivated by the rider in any of the modes. If the encoding jumper is in place, both systems will remain deactivated even after the ignition has been switched off.





Road Mode
NOTE: ABS and ASC may be manually deactivated by the rider in any of the modes. If the encodcing jumper is in place, both systems will remain deactivated even after the ignition has been switched off.

In Road Mode, the ASC provides optimal traction on dry asphalt.
The ABS is tuned for on-road use.





Dynamic Mode
Dynamic Mode, ASC characteristics are sharper for this specific profile.
It allows experienced riders to make minor drifts.
The ABS is turned on for on- road use, and is combined with a more dynamic and direct engine throttle response.

If the Dynamic ESA is part of the motorcycle, the damping will be more taut.
NOTE: ABS and ASC may be manually deactivated by the rider in any of the modes. If the encoding jumper is in place, both systems will remain deactivated even after the ignition has been switched off.




Enduro Mode
In the Enduro Mode, the ASC will allow for increased slip at the rear wheel to make minor off-road drifts possible.

The ABS tuning is geared here for riding on loose surfaces such as gravel roads using on- road tires and accordingly higher levels of slip.

The optional Dynamic ESA is tuned for high traction.
NOTE: Enduro Mode was designed for off-road riding only.
Enduro Mode
NOTE: ABS and ASC may be manually deactivated by the rider in any of the modes. If the encoding jumper is in place, both systems will remain deactivated even after the ignition has been switched off.





Enduro Pro Mode
NOTE: Enduro Pro Mode was designed for off-road riding only.
ABS and ASC may be manually deactivated by the rider in any of the modes. If the coding plug is in place, both systems will remain deactivated even after the ignition has been switched off.
For ambitious Enduro riders, the Enduro Pro mode is offered in conjunction with an additional coding plug. This mode offers both a spontaneous engine response and is at the same time tuned to cater to the use of knobbies.

The ABS function for the rear wheel is deactivated in this mode whenever the rider steps on the foot brake lever.

Dynamic ESA is tuned for maximum traction.

ASC is geared for professional Enduro operation and allows for a distinctly higher slip.

 
__________________


My bike dont have modes, only moods ! I try to stay in alert mode !
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: TheBear on March 18, 2015, 07:00:24 am



Hmmm, maybe I should ride in road mode for a while and see how that affects fuel consumption. Maar dan, ek ry nie soos 'n ou man nie...  :imaposer:

Ernstig nou, ek ry wel ook nie (altyd) soos 'n hooligan nie.

Maak jou tank vol.  Ry net so honderd kilos sonder om ooit oor 4500 revs te gaan.  Enige mode. Tjek brandstof verbruik.   Ja,  ek weet dis ou toppie styl,  maar ek commute werk toe.  Ek. laaik my baas nie genoeg dat ek 5 minute vroeër daar wil wees nie.
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: OomD on March 18, 2015, 07:44:12 am



Hmmm, maybe I should ride in road mode for a while and see how that affects fuel consumption. Maar dan, ek ry nie soos 'n ou man nie...  :imaposer:

Ernstig nou, ek ry wel ook nie (altyd) soos 'n hooligan nie.

Maak jou tank vol.  Ry net so honderd kilos sonder om ooit oor 4500 revs te gaan.  Enige mode. Tjek brandstof verbruik.   Ja,  ek weet dis ou toppie styl,  maar ek commute werk toe.  Ek. laaik my baas nie genoeg dat ek 5 minute vroeër daar wil wees nie.

Die duiweltjie wat op my regterskouer sit het sy teuels aan my gewrig vas... dit gaan baie moeilik wees!  :biggrin:

Maar ek gaan probeer.  :thumleft:
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: TheBear on March 18, 2015, 09:14:47 am

Die duiweltjie wat op my regterskouer sit het sy teuels aan my gewrig vas... dit gaan baie moeilik wees!  :biggrin:

Maar ek gaan probeer.  :thumleft:

Man ja, ek kry mos so een keer 'n maand speeltyd op Gerotek en was al so paar keer op Kylami en Red Star Raceway.  Ek dink dit was daar tussen die Esse en Leeukop op Kyalami wat my duiweltjie besluit het hy gaan ry maar liewer saam iemand anders.   :imaposer:

Ek het eenkeer, in 'n vreeslike aanval van oor belangstelling, my LC se Econo Soft pyltjie aangesit en toe religious ratte verander soos die ECU aanbeveel het.  4,4km/l gekry op daai tank. 
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: Tp007 on March 18, 2015, 09:44:20 am

Die duiweltjie wat op my regterskouer sit het sy teuels aan my gewrig vas... dit gaan baie moeilik wees!  :biggrin:

Maar ek gaan probeer.  :thumleft:

Man ja, ek kry mos so een keer 'n maand speeltyd op Gerotek en was al so paar keer op Kylami en Red Star Raceway.  Ek dink dit was daar tussen die Esse en Leeukop op Kyalami wat my duiweltjie besluit het hy gaan ry maar liewer saam iemand anders.   :imaposer:

Ek het eenkeer, in 'n vreeslike aanval van oor belangstelling, my LC se Econo Soft pyltjie aangesit en toe religious ratte verander soos die ECU aanbeveel het.  4,4km/l gekry op daai tank. 
??? Verduidelik asb. oompie. Hoe sit ek daai ene aan?
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: TheBear on March 18, 2015, 09:58:43 am


Ek het eenkeer, in 'n vreeslike aanval van oor belangstelling, my LC se Econo Soft pyltjie aangesit en toe religious ratte verander soos die ECU aanbeveel het.  4,4km/l gekry op daai tank. 

??? Verduidelik asb. oompie. Hoe sit ek daai ene aan?

Jinne nefie, as jy nie weet nie, dink jy moet daai GSA dadelik oorhandig aan iemand wat weet.  Laat ek dink wie.  HHHmmmmmmmmmm ... ek dink hier  ...... ek dink hard ..... hmmmm ..... EKKE!

Skakel die fiets aan.
Druk info knoppie om boonste disaplay tot by setting te vat.
Druk lank om "settings" meny oop te maak.
Druk knoppie to EcoSoft wys.
Kies.



Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: OomD on March 18, 2015, 10:02:29 am
Ja, ek het daai eco pyltjie net gebruik terwyl ek haar ingery het, was bang om te hard te ry. Maar nou, ry ek haar sommer bloots!

O, en die bike ook  :imaposer:
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: Tp007 on March 18, 2015, 10:56:13 am


Ek het eenkeer, in 'n vreeslike aanval van oor belangstelling, my LC se Econo Soft pyltjie aangesit en toe religious ratte verander soos die ECU aanbeveel het.  4,4km/l gekry op daai tank. 

??? Verduidelik asb. oompie. Hoe sit ek daai ene aan?

Jinne nefie, as jy nie weet nie, dink jy moet daai GSA dadelik oorhandig aan iemand wat weet.  Laat ek dink wie.  HHHmmmmmmmmmm ... ek dink hier  ...... ek dink hard ..... hmmmm ..... EKKE!

Skakel die fiets aan.
Druk info knoppie om boonste disaplay tot by setting te vat.
Druk lank om "settings" meny oop te maak.
Druk knoppie to EcoSoft wys.
Kies.

Dankie, sal hom try. Ek ry redelik rustig maar bly by 5.4-5.6L/100km.
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: Draadwerk on March 18, 2015, 11:04:28 am
Beste wat ek kry is 6,9l/100km. Meeste van die tyd is ek hier by 7.2 tot 7.4 rond op gemiddeld. Ek moet gaan vir 20000 diens. Dalk maak dit haar bietjie ligter?
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: TheBear on March 18, 2015, 11:49:17 am
Dankie, sal hom try. Ek ry redelik rustig maar bly by 5.4-5.6L/100km.

Dis maar meer vir speel.  Mens kan nie elke dag, heeldag so ry nie.  Mens sal so mal soos drie hase word.
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: plaky on March 18, 2015, 02:20:34 pm
I commute every day in peak hour traffic so I use road mode, much smoother. My son told me that there is quite a big difference in the mapping of road vs Dynamic like 20% more in Dynamic. I get around 5.7 to 6L/100km commuting which I think is great. I ride according to the traffic and if the road is open I wind it, so it is not all woesy riding. I have not used Dynamic mode in traffic but would assume you don't need it and will be heavier on petrol if it makes the motor more responsive.

Interesting. Riding mostly on Dynamic, commuting every day (not even highway riding) I get 5.6L/100Km.

Oom you must be riding like an Oom which is great, I thought I was riding conservatively, obviaaaasly not. My speed varies between  10km/h to some days 120km/h and on the odd occasion when the traffic is great 160km/h, and you get there so quickly! My ave speed is think is around 58km/h according to my computer. What is yours? I commute on N1 from Durbanville to Salt River.
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: OomD on March 18, 2015, 02:46:27 pm
I commute every day in peak hour traffic so I use road mode, much smoother. My son told me that there is quite a big difference in the mapping of road vs Dynamic like 20% more in Dynamic. I get around 5.7 to 6L/100km commuting which I think is great. I ride according to the traffic and if the road is open I wind it, so it is not all woesy riding. I have not used Dynamic mode in traffic but would assume you don't need it and will be heavier on petrol if it makes the motor more responsive.

Interesting. Riding mostly on Dynamic, commuting every day (not even highway riding) I get 5.6L/100Km.

Oom you must be riding like an Oom which is great, I thought I was riding conservatively, obviaaaasly not. My speed varies between  10km/h to some days 120km/h and on the odd occasion when the traffic is great 160km/h, and you get there so quickly! My ave speed is think is around 58km/h according to my computer. What is yours? I commute on N1 from Durbanville to Salt River.
My average is 53.8km/h, according to the bike. The bike's consumption calculator is accurate enough, stating that my average is 5.5L/100Km, while my own calculation thereof (based on fillups) is 5.61L/100Km (On the pic the consumption goes up at the end due to the offroad course I did.)
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: BryanOC6 on March 18, 2015, 07:04:56 pm
Dynamic mode with traction control off! This used while commuting . 5.7 Litre per 100kns

Dirt riding  enduro pro mode leke
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: plaky on March 19, 2015, 03:54:40 pm
Dynamic mode with traction control off! This used while commuting . 5.7 Litre per 100kns

Dirt riding  enduro pro mode leke


Why traction control off?
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: Tp007 on March 20, 2015, 08:42:45 am


Ek het eenkeer, in 'n vreeslike aanval van oor belangstelling, my LC se Econo Soft pyltjie aangesit en toe religious ratte verander soos die ECU aanbeveel het.  4,4km/l gekry op daai tank. 

??? Verduidelik asb. oompie. Hoe sit ek daai ene aan?

Jinne nefie, as jy nie weet nie, dink jy moet daai GSA dadelik oorhandig aan iemand wat weet.  Laat ek dink wie.  HHHmmmmmmmmmm ... ek dink hier  ...... ek dink hard ..... hmmmm ..... EKKE!

Skakel die fiets aan.
Druk info knoppie om boonste disaplay tot by setting te vat.
Druk lank om "settings" meny oop te maak.
Druk knoppie to EcoSoft wys.
Kies.




Dankie, het hom aangesit. Ek het ratte verander soos hy gese het ek moet, en toe net moeg geraak... dink sal beter werk op ooppad as in verkeer.

Ek het mooi
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: Lord Knormoer on March 23, 2015, 04:41:59 pm
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Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: BryanOC6 on March 23, 2015, 04:47:45 pm
Dynamic mode with traction control off! This used while commuting . 5.7 Litre per 100kns

Dirt riding  enduro pro mode leke


Why traction control off?

When ever you wheely or slide the back out the traction control reduces your speed, almost seen my gat over the bars while lifting the front up.

Traction control off, the bike handles they way it should without loosing power
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: Copernicus on April 01, 2015, 12:41:38 pm
...Enduro Pro Mode
...For ambitious Enduro riders, the Enduro Pro mode is offered in conjunction with an additional coding plug. This mode offers both a spontaneous engine response and is at the same time tuned to cater to the use of knobbies.

...Dynamic ESA is tuned for maximum traction.

I wonder how exactly they tune the engine for the use of knobblies? Is this also because knobblies are assumed to have more grip off-road than Anakee's would? And how do you tune the ESA for more traction but at the same time tune it for knobblies?

I don't think the bike will 'know' whether you have knobbies on or not.  I think the electronics are tuned so that it would yield the best results (in terms of slipping/traction) for knobbies.
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: Charlie600 on April 01, 2015, 03:29:17 pm
Mostly road mode (dynamic when I'm in a hurry) but for general commuting "road" seems to be the best mode.

I average around 5.7-6.1L/100km
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: Lord Knormoer on April 02, 2015, 08:21:19 am
I use Dynamic all the time including dirt touring and switch to Enduro Pro for more technical bits.

TC always off for me apart from when it's raining.
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: BikerJan on April 02, 2015, 12:16:08 pm
I use Dynamic all the time including dirt touring and switch to Enduro Pro for more technical bits.

TC always off for me apart from when it's raining.

Is this not the same as Enduro Pro LKM? As far as I understand under Enduro Pro, traction control is off, and ABS on the back wheel is off, engine performance the same as under Dynamic mode?
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: Lord Knormoer on April 02, 2015, 12:49:32 pm
I use Dynamic all the time including dirt touring and switch to Enduro Pro for more technical bits.

TC always off for me apart from when it's raining.

Is this not the same as Enduro Pro LKM? As far as I understand under Enduro Pro, traction control is off, and ABS on the back wheel is off, engine performance the same as under Dynamic mode?

In Enduro Pro you still have ABS and TC.

ABS on the rear is only off if the rear brake pedal is used. If you use the front brake they are still linked and ABS is on for both.

The TC/ASC in Enduro Pro does however allow for more wheel spin than other modes but eventually will kick in.


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Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: BikerJan on April 02, 2015, 02:09:04 pm
 :thumleft:
Title: Re: What mode do you mostly use when riding
Post by: AlanDoyle on October 02, 2015, 01:17:10 pm
We ride a lot of bumpy tar roads around this area and I find that ROAD mode gives me the best fuel consumption because the throttle is not as direct. The bumps make your throttle hand slightly open and close the throttle while you riding.

The different MODES on the throttle are just different sesitivity's of the throttle and does not change the fuel mapping at all. Being that the accelerator is actually "fly by wire" and has no cable connected to the throttle bodies.