I have a wheelie question about R1

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So I have a wheelie question… I'm looking into picking up a second 09-14 R1. I want to track the bike and would love a 12-14 to have TCS on it and would also like to still be able to wheelie… so anyone with 2012-14 R1 that wheelies religiously does TCS in the lowest setting mess with being on one wheel? Any good info is appreciated.. trolls go find another bridge lol

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    Commenting to know this as well!

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    You have to have TCS off.

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    Also… buy an 09-11 and buy a Bazzaz zfi + tc. That TC setup is much more progressed than the stock TC of the 12-14.

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    What Codey Tyson said, but it is possible to bring it up with TCS on, but it won’t stay up for long before the power is cut.

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    09-11= No TCS. =Better

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    I wheelie all the time with one bar of tc on. It will pick up and set right back down with 2 bars and won’t come up at all with 4 bars.

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    And the 12-14 looks better in the front end!

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    It will wheelie no problem with traction on. Upto 4 bars it will still wheelie. But don’t think T C S will save you from a big high side. The traction on that model is quite primitive compared to the new stuff.

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    tc off

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    as above 1 bar or off will stay up as long as you can hold it

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    Only the two highest levels of tc have antiwheelie. Anything below and you can get the front up and carry it no problem. At least I’ve never had an issue?

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    Frank Harden or Shaun is it more difficult to keep it up with TCS on the lowest bar or when TCS is off or no real difference??

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    if I’m riding with tc on and fancy doing a few wheelies I just flick it down to 1 bar and away you go

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    -2 bars is the best to start -3 bars and you can pull it over

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    2 bars off

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    R1, but the big news is it now has a six-stage traction control system, incorporating anti-wheelie in its two most intrusive levels. It also has a restyled nose, a

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