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Hi Folks, I'm after a Tractional Control ECU for my 2008 1098R. The part number is 28611171A. It must be the 'A' part number, not the 'C', which is for the 2009 Bayliss. Please let me know if you can help. Cheers!
 

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When I added T. C. To my 1198 I needed the d.t.c. Disc (front brake)and speed sensor also the electronic control unit that goes under the seat and plugs in to the loom. The ecu has it all in it,must be activeated if you are in the U. K. Motoluigi can do it but if they are to busy any main dealership can do it just by reflashing with an S map also get quick shifter turned on. J. H. P. Will charge £250 and send back next day.
 

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When I added T. C. To my 1198 I needed the d.t.c. Disc (front brake)and speed sensor also the electronic control unit that goes under the seat and plugs in to the loom. The ecu has it all in it,must be activeated if you are in the U. K. Motoluigi can do it but if they are to busy any main dealership can do it just by reflashing with an S map also get quick shifter turned on. J. H. P. Will charge £250 and send back next day.
Very interesting! I have an 1198 that actually has OEM dtc 1198s front discs. My bike has a termi full system with ECU, do you know if this can be used? Do you have any control over the level of tc?
 
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