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post #1 of 11 Old 12-04-2019, 06:29 PM Thread Starter
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new memeber, cbr1000rr 2017 for tracks only

hi all,
i m Vince, from france. 40years old. aircraft mechanic in paris CDG (fedex).
i bough my first cbr1000 rr 2017 last year for track use only. i m preparing it for track days like Le Mans, Magny-court F1, Dijon, also i go in italy on lisano and mugelo tracks.
before i had an rsv4 2012 for track only as well. i also had a dayto 675 for tracks but i sold it out.

regards from france.


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post #2 of 11 Old 12-04-2019, 07:39 PM
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hi all,
i m Vince, from france. 40years old. aircraft mechanic in paris CDG (fedex).
i bough my first cbr1000 rr 2017 last year for track use only. i m preparing it for track days like Le Mans, Magny-court F1, Dijon, also i go in italy on lisano and mugelo tracks.
before i had an rsv4 2012 for track only as well. i also had a dayto 675 for tracks but i sold it out.

regards from france.


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post #3 of 11 Old 12-04-2019, 09:52 PM
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Aloha and welcome. How is the competition out there? Yes, please post up photos of you bike once completed.
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Aloha and welcome. How is the competition out there? Yes, please post up photos of you bike once completed.

Hi! Well no competition for me, too old and too expensive in Europe , t don t forget tyres and gas are double price here lol
Just track days with friend (competition between us to know who will pay the beer after runs)
I m in process to remove this useless and dangerous ABS braking system that almost killed me on a hard brake on tracks, this abs is a shity thing on that bike, you cannot just switch it off... couples of things like that going on for next season 😉
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Hi! Well no competition for me, too old and too expensive in Europe , t don t forget tyres and gas are double price here lol
Just track days with friend (competition between us to know who will pay the beer after runs)
I m in process to remove this useless and dangerous ABS braking system that almost killed me on a hard brake on tracks, this abs is a shity thing on that bike, you cannot just switch it off... couples of things like that going on for next season 😉
Welcome to the club

For 2017 you can disable the ABS without need to remove any hardware - you just pull the ABS pump fuse.

Remember you need to leave the wheel speed sensors in place as the rest fo the system all use the wheel speed sensors - including torque management, quick shifter and auto blipper so you must maintain the ABS module attached to the wiring harness as the wheel speed sensors feed there signal through the ABS module electric circuit.

Let me know if you have any other questions about track prepping the SC77, happy to share info.



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hi rc45,
thks for info, but I m not sure I will have traction ctrl if I remove cb of abs. I posted that in another post:
cbr1000rr fireblade 2017 abs removal


hi all,
I m in progress to remove this useless abs sytem they put on the cbr, track uses only, because it is not efficient at all and we cannot switch it off.
my question is did somebody did it yet, and is there some abs light on or traction ctrl issue after?
my way to de-activate it is that: I put 2 direct Goodrich lines from master cylinder (with brake handle) to the calipers in front, same in rear (one line only), and I m gonna cap the rigid
lines from the abs module, so I can leave it electricaly plugged to the bike. I think it should be enough to not have issue, but I m not 100% sure.

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You can fully disable the ABS system by removing the ABS pump fuse. If you want you can cap off the ABS hardlines or leave them intact.

If you want to go further and remove the ABS hard lines, be sure to leave the ABS pump and module in place as the wheel speed sensors route through the ABS circuitry. Torque Management, Quickshifter, Autoblipper etc rely on the wheel speed sensors.

If your bike is never going to be back on the street then just call Ten Kate and have them modify your wire harness and ECU to HRC spec.
Then you can remove all the ABS hardware.



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post #8 of 11 Old 12-06-2019, 02:10 AM
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hi rc45,
thks for info, but I m not sure I will have traction ctrl if I remove cb of abs. I posted that in another post:
cbr1000rr fireblade 2017 abs removal
Hiya Vince,
Welcome to the 1000RR group! I'm glad you asked that question about disabling the ABS, as I was wondering myself.

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You can fully disable the ABS system by removing the ABS pump fuse..
Great info! Once the fuse is pulled, it doesn't leave a light on the display?
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Hiya Vince,
Welcome to the 1000RR group! I'm glad you asked that question about disabling the ABS, as I was wondering myself.



Great info! Once the fuse is pulled, it doesn't leave a light on the display?
Yes it will leave a light on the display. The light is telling you the ABS is not working
The bike is able to function 100% correctly with ABS not working.



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post #10 of 11 Old 12-17-2019, 04:20 PM
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Yes it will leave a light on the display. The light is telling you the ABS is not working
The bike is able to function 100% correctly with ABS not working.
This is great news. For the track, I want zero ABS intervention and I'd love to have the TC as my option only.

Glad this is such a simple solution. I assume the solid ABS light isn't even technically a "code", but just a system that's been removed from power.

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