I had it lift in ABS 3! Not for too long though. I was trying to get clear from a jacka$$ of a driver who pulled up inches against me when at the stop light.
Yes, also not sure what the difference is betw ABS 2 & 3 for anti-lift, as compared with 1 that has no anti-lift. Anyone know if 2 & 3 are the same as far as anti-lift goes?I had it lift in ABS 3! Not for too long though. I was trying to get clear from a jacka$$ of a driver who pulled up inches against me when at the stop light.
Clear as mud! Seriously, that is not much help at all.The manual doesnt state a major difference and whatever difference there is hard to understand from reading it.
This level is designed for road use, with good grip conditions. In this level, the ABS works on both wheels. In this level, the lift-up control function is active. This calibration focuses on braking power and wheel lift-up should be managed by the rider.
This level is designed for use in any riding conditions to provide a safe and consistent braking action. ABS in this level controls both wheels and the anti-lift-up function is active.
THIS. ABS has no intervention on front wheel lift, no matter what the setting.Wait a minute guys, are you thinking its anti lift (wheelie control?) The anti lift in ABS is talking about the rear wheel coming up off of the ground when you grab a handful of brakes.
I am not seeing the contradiction... or maybe I am thinking I understand something I don't (which would not be the first time :grin2I was more curious about the difference between the two modes. I get that its about rear lift...not front. In particular, sentences 3 and 4 of ABS 2...they seem to contradict each other.
To me, if the rider has to control the lift, then it's not active.
No biggie either way...just seems poorly worded to me. I easily could be missing the forrest for the trees.
That happens to me on bike or car, I always start off late and start off slow.I had it lift in ABS 3! Not for too long though. I was trying to get clear from a jacka$$ of a driver who pulled up inches against me when at the stop light.
Very helpful guys. Figured 2 was more aggressive than 3, but this seems to completely clear it up.Ahh. Nope I see what you are saying. It looks as though there is a misprint. I believe it should read:
"In this level, the lift-up control function is IN-active."
As on page 74 of the manual it states:
"Selecting level 2, the ABS will privilege more and more the braking power rather than stability and liftup control, which is disabled in level 2."
Seems like they meant to say inactive in that little chart that was quoted.