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Old Feb 13th 2018, 11:22 AM   #1
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So this weekend at the track I was told that ABS delete is an option I need to explore to help weight savings as well as reduce brake fade. Anyone done this?


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Old Feb 13th 2018, 11:28 AM   #2
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I will be removing all my ABS stuff off my 16R soon so the plan was to remove the lines and remove the pump but leave the electronics part plugged in.


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So this weekend at the track I was told that ABS delete is an option I need to explore to help weight savings as well as reduce brake fade. Anyone done this?


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Old Feb 13th 2018, 11:29 AM   #3
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I will be removing all my ABS stuff off my 16R soon so the plan was to remove the lines and remove the pump but leave the electronics part plugged in.


Nice, keep us posted on how that goes


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Old Feb 13th 2018, 11:39 AM   #4
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Yep few people have already done it so to be on the safe side so the electronics or traction control does not wig out going to do what he did.

ABS removal.




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Old Feb 13th 2018, 11:42 AM   #5
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I will be removing all my ABS stuff off my 16R soon so the plan was to remove the lines and remove the pump but leave the electronics part plugged in.
Unless something has changed, this is not an option. When we tried this initially on the 1199 we found the ECU looks for the ABS pump on key-on and if it's not there you get a bunch of errors on the dash and a no-start condition or a "limp mode" condition if I recall. We have always just plugged the ports on the ABS pump and disabled ABS in the dash menu, and ran traditional brake lines straight to the calipers on the track/race bikes we've built.

We sell a "kit" for it if you want a simple solution:
https://www.ducatiomaha.com/collecti...abs-delete-kit
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Old Feb 13th 2018, 11:46 AM   #6
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Hey Jarel thanks for chiming in yeah I pretty much was going to do what you guys have done so I don't get all the codes and everything else will stay working normally.


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Unless something has changed, this is not an option. When we tried this initially on the 1199 we found the ECU looks for the ABS pump on key-on and if it's not there you get a bunch of errors on the dash and a no-start condition or a "limp mode" condition if I recall. We have always just plugged the ports on the ABS pump and disabled ABS in the dash menu, and ran traditional brake lines straight to the calipers on the track/race bikes we've built.

We sell a "kit" for it if you want a simple solution:
https://www.ducatiomaha.com/collecti...abs-delete-kit
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Old Feb 14th 2018, 05:30 AM   #7
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Ironically I just got an e-mail from Mick at Bike Sport Developments this morning saying that he's working on a product which will plug into the diagnostic port on the bike and allow the removal of the ABS pump from a race bike. But it sounds like it will be later in the year before it's ready for prime time. So it's feasible to just do the "kit" plug with the lines for now, and then when this becomes available get it and take off the pump, and keep the same lines.
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Old Feb 14th 2018, 06:18 AM   #8
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Oh sweet deal yeah they make nice stuff I have there start/kill switches and kickstand delete plugs on my current R. Like you said it the best thing for now is just do the kit and plug the lines for now till the plug becomes available.


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Ironically I just got an e-mail from Mick at Bike Sport Developments this morning saying that he's working on a product which will plug into the diagnostic port on the bike and allow the removal of the ABS pump from a race bike. But it sounds like it will be later in the year before it's ready for prime time. So it's feasible to just do the "kit" plug with the lines for now, and then when this becomes available get it and take off the pump, and keep the same lines.

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