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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-17-2014, 08:45 AM Thread Starter
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Monotubes & ABS?

Another of my many questions. Installed a set of Monotubes in my last bike(non/ABS) and loved them. Want to do the same to my '13 RGU w/ABS, and was wondering if there would be any adverse effects with the ABS braking capabilities. Better safe than sorry.

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It will make braking BETTER. Same as upgrading rear shocks. When the shocks or front end make more constant contact with the pavement, you have less chance of the ABS kicking in too soon.

On mine when the front end would dive with the OEM front end, when the tubes bottomed out, the ABS would kick in. Since installing the monotubes, this has not happened.








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+1 on what PP said.

No problems here.

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I have ABS and have had monotubes since Nov 2010, no problems at all.

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I installed mono tubes in my ultra this winter. WOW what a difference. Haven't really put to many miles on yet but the ones I have put on the front end feels a lot better for sure. Money well spent for sure.
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