Off my 2018 MT09 SP... The bikes only done 3k miles, so its not done much!
I'm only selling as I've gone for Woolich Racetools.
These just plug and play into a 2017 and onwards bike... the plug is under the tank, at the front of the riders seat. I believe it will fit Tracer aswel as standard...
easiest way to tell is look at the front right disc. If its got a ring like this
Yamaha MT 09 Tracer 2014-2015 (MT09TRA MT-09) ABS Sensor Ring - Boonstra Parts
It's got ABS.. Theres also a sensor on there.. but the ring is the most obvious if you're not sure what to look for.
regarding the surging.. have all the normal things been checked? Chain tension etc?
I found mine was snatchier on/off the throttle but once on the throttle it wasnt too bad.
That being said, i've had it flashed now by Stec and its spot on!
They can up to something like 8 cameras too. Although usually its just one in the cab that records you as you ride away, to get your plate.
Sometimes they don't any video cameras in though and the ones on the bridges arent too much of a worry as most cant possibly see you riding away.
Okay.. so here goes... i'm 24!
Came from a Tuono... wanted to do some touring this year so the bike needed to be good for 700-800 odd mile days atleast, so needed to be comfy... still wanted something quick enough and light enough to have a play on a Sunday too.
Tried a Tiger 1050 Sport...
The reason you couldn't get the front wheel to come up with the TCS on is because it also acts as an anti-wheelie function.
If the back wheel is speeding up and the front slowing down, the bike recognises the wheels off the ground and cuts in the TCS to keep it down.
It can cut in slightly...
The Tracer seat is in 2 parts. With the locking mechanism at the front of the pillion seat and then at the back of the riders seat.
I wouldnt of thought it possible for this to fit the Tracer, personally.