Indeed a fault code is thrown until I cycle the ignition off and then on. I fail to see the problem here. Am I missing something?
My bike does have an ABS overide switch, however if the bike stalls the ABS is reset and I almost never remember to hit the switch again. When using the bypass the ABS is off until I decide to turn it back on.
Originally Posted by Andyvh1959
...To the comment "wire in a switch to turn it off", be careful how this is done. It "may" turn the system off. But it may also trigger an ABS fault mode. Then when back on the road, it would require resetting the system to clear the fault. Not as simple as just wiring in a switch on the ABS power lead.
2010 990 Adventure
"When riding my old Harley a ninety per at midnight down the Via Roma in Naples, I kept one consolation firmly in mind: If anything goes wrong, I'll never have time to regret it." -Edward Abbey