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BradB_HP4 01-15-2015 05:31 PM

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Originally Posted by jtostenr (Post 1042602)
Will this fit on the 2015 DDC model (or will it even be necessary)?

Yes it will fit and work on a 2015 model equipped with DDC. As far as being necessary would come down to rider preference and use of the bike.

If you want to have the ability to adjust your rebound and compression individually on the front forks then yes it would be necessary.

If the bike is going to be used at the track then I would say yes 100% it would be necessary on the bike.

Any other questions you may have feel free to email me @ [email protected]

I look forward to hearing from you.

Brad

macca_779 01-15-2015 08:18 PM

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Are you 100% on that Brad. No one has had the opportunity to play with a 15 yet to see if there are any hardware differences

bane 02-03-2015 03:25 PM

how much are you guys charging for the abs pro? i purchased a leftover 2014 hp4 from a nyc dealer and they aren't moving on the price to retrofit it...

Piper 02-12-2015 08:29 AM

On the 2015, when the 2d sensor is fitted does a comp setting show up in the menu automatically? Or is an ecu change needed?

Also anyone confirmed the 2d sensor part number for 2015 machines?

chopt 02-12-2015 11:53 AM

THE ECM will automatically recognize the part install giving you C and R adjustment in your menu.

Team Holly 02-12-2015 12:00 PM

like a tasteycake all rolled into one!
 
I thought the 2D sensor was built in on the 2015s but it is not.

I did install one on my HP4. seems to work and it is plug and play. need to keep an eye on it because it is somewhat delicate looking. As I understand if you get a 2015 with DDC the 2D sensor is extra and there are more selections for adjustments over the HP4.

[email protected] 02-12-2015 02:56 PM

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Originally Posted by Team Jilly (Post 1075001)
I thought the 2D sensor was built in on the 2015s

I did install one on my HP4. seems to work and it is plug and play. need to keep an eye on it because it is somewhat delicate looking. As I understand if you get a 2015 with DDC the 2D sensor for the forks is built in and there are more selections for adjustments over the HP4.

As far as we can tell, the 2d sensor is still available for purchase separately for the 2015 models, but that may not denote that the 2015 does not come equipped with it. Sorry about the delayed response, but Brad isn't here anymore and I'm playing catch up. Still learning the ins and outs of the new bike, but I'll try to get a definitive answer and post up as soon as I know for sure.

macca_779 02-12-2015 04:20 PM

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I've looked through the menus on my 15. Comp/Rebound on the front aren't independent so no sensor.

sro 02-12-2015 04:31 PM

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Originally Posted by macca_779 (Post 1075361)
I've looked through the menus on my 15. Comp/Rebound on the front aren't independent so no sensor.


What does the manual say? HP4 Manual state this is available only when optional sensor is installed.

I can't seem to locate an electronic manual for 2015.

macca_779 02-12-2015 04:56 PM

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Originally Posted by sro (Post 1075377)
What does the manual say? HP4 Manual state this is available only when optional sensor is installed.

I can't seem to locate an electronic manual for 2015.

Here is the 2015 Manual bud.


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