May be they changed their mind. It’s for the better however. I was excited when it came on the the K67 but unfortunately it is simply not fit for this application. Probably why they removed it. The bike will show an orange light on the dash if the tire is 2-3 psi below the recommended pressure. Which in the case of RR (and R I’m sure) is an absolutely insane 42 psi of pressure in the rear. Mind you that’s cold so once you hit it up you’d be at 45 psi and up (36 to 39 and up in front). Which is fine to save tires on long freeway ride ( why did you buy an R, RR??????) but also incredibly slippery and probably enables around 40-50ft.lbs to be put to the ground. No fun in the straights and try to do canyon carving with that I dare you, let alone track days! In other words you have to accept that if you have the system on, you will have the dash light on at all times for the tire pressure. That’s not ok with me and I turned the system off permanently on the K67. That’s ok that I won’t have to do that on this new one. Would be nice to have for detecting slow leaks but can live without it. Only mad that for the money it won’t have it but it’s of no material consequence.