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BMW working on Electronic Traction Control for Motorcycles

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post #2 of 4 Old Feb 11th, 2006, 7:24 pm
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I could loan them my Honda ST1100A, if they'd like to model an effective TCS system. AFAIK, the ST1100A is the only motorcycle ever to have such a system. Have there been any others?

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Traction control on a sportbike . . . no thanks. No spin = no grin. But maybe you'll be able to disable it.
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I could loan them my Honda ST1100A, if they'd like to model an effective TCS system. AFAIK, the ST1100A is the only motorcycle ever to have such a system. Have there been any others?

A quick search i found this

http://www.f1engineering.com/suspension2.html
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