HOW TO RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE
to be applied. ABS does not function
at the speed of approx. 5 km/h (3.1
mph) or below.
K-ACT ABS does not function if the
battery is discharged. When driving
with an insufficiently charged battery,
K-ACT ABS may not function. Keep
the battery in good condition in refer-
ence to "Battery maintenance" sec-
K-ACT ABS Indicator Light
Normally the K-ACT ABS indicator
light goes on when the ignition switch
is turned on and goes off shortly after
the motorcycle starts moving.
If the K-ACT ABS indicator light
shows any of the following, a fault or
faults may have taken place in the K-
ACT ABS. You should have the K-ACT
ABS checked by an authorized Kawa-
The light does not go on when the
ignition switch is turned on.
The light remains lit after the motor-
cycle starts moving.
The light goes on.
Remember that the K-ACT ABS does
not function when the indicator light is
on. If the K-ACT ABS fails, the front
and rear brakes work normally as a
conventional brake system. However,
the effectiveness of the brake, espe-
cially the rear brake, decreases com-
pared to when K-ACT system functions
K-ACT ABS indicator light may go on
under motorcycle riding condition.
(ex. The front or rear wheel races.)
In this case, first turn the ignition key
to "OFF", and then back to "ON". K-
ACT ABS indicator lights goes off by
this operation, but if K-ACT ABS