Prime example… my recent visit to the drag strip. First graph is throttle position, second is electronic throttle plates. 3rd is rpm and gear, 4th is wheel speed and 5 is afr. Once the front wheel came up, the electronic throttle plates closed to set it down. Depending what krtc level you are in determines how sensitive it is.
I typically ride with no traction control on any of my other bikes but on the h2, unintentional wheelies scare the sh!t out of me. I do agree with you guys saying 1 is really aggressive. I’ve had moments where I pop a wheelie, traction control kicks in, brings the front end down hard, then the bounce causes me to wheelie again… not fun not to mention embarrassing. Lol I will be switching to 2 in the near future or start bringing extra change of underwear.
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