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    Aftermarket Traction Control

    I am currently looking into retrofitting my 09 Factory with APRC. I have researched it on this forum and have accumulated all the info I think I need. But I know that if I need any help I can only ask on this forum.

    However the question I have is does anyone have any experience on aftermarket systems such as:

    Gripone system (S3, S4 or Leone)
    http://www.gripone.com
    Nemesis
    http://www.competitionsystems.co.uk/...nemesistcs.htm

    I think price wise they are only slightly cheaper than converting my bike.

    Any help or advice would be much appreciated.

    Marc

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    I have a 2014 R that I'm getting ready to sell. I'll give you a good deal then you won't have to bother

    I don't have any specific experience with either of these, but the thing to keep in mind is that they may not just be simple plug and play as stated. The good aftermarket systems are designed for racers that have a tech who can realy set it up well.

    If no one here knows em it may be worth checking other bike brand forums just to see what the general feedback is.

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    i was looking up gripone for a while. the inventor is a current motogp engineer. he has worked with good riders. i believe gripone would be a good system. it uses wheel speed sensors and IMU.
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    Yeah I saw about the dude who invented it and they seem very good but I couldn’t find any actual reviews of them only the system 2.
    It’s just it would save me having to get a tank, dashboard, loom and the sensors.
    To keep it Aprilia I need to get it all second hand as it unreal the cost getting new, even second hand I’m looking at about 1000. Which is still less than the cost of selling mine and getting a new one.

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    Too bad the gripone doesn't do autoblip also, then it would be a little more value added.

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