My bad. Just got my bike last week and got the settings backwards in my head!Wheelie goes to 3 only @Wheelies4Jesus .
Traction Control goes to 7.
I have read on 3 it barely lifts off the ground.
On 2 level, 1 feet off the ground.
On level 1, 45 degres.
On Level zero, Hold On!!!!!!
I did not verified this never, only read it in some place. I am too chicken out to try this.
I think the only backwards one is the power. The rest are normal. Right @Hood ? Im slowly learning that/reminding myself when riding in user modes.My bad. Just got my bike last week and got the settings backwards in my head!
I have it on 7 and 3 while running the motor in.
All of the AT’s numbers; the higher the number the more intrusive it is..
Depending on the way you think about it Engine Braking could be seen as backwards, 1 is most braking 3 is least.
Using the "most intrusive Forum paradigm", a matt black hole could be forming:Depending on the way you think about it Engine Braking could be seen as backwards, 1 is most braking 3 is least.
Can't give you any figures, but I leave mine on level 2. It seems to pull a decent wheelie away from the lights if I'm in the mood, but level 2 is fine for me. I have no skill in this dark art, and the prospect of breaking many expensive things and looking like a 100% bell end won't persuade me otherwise!Does anyone know the limits of wheelie control? Like what do each level mean?
Actually none of the setting are backwards from each other!, It's just how the Japanse think about it compared to us, like their owners or service manuals for anything made in Japan! We leaned to call it "Jinglish" or Japanse English, I used to be a HKS Japan Pro dealer, I leaned eventually how they think. Honda is no difference so here you go, print this out and put it in your tank bag or staple it into your owners manual!