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Thread: What does the enduro plug really do?

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    What does the enduro plug really do?

    I have a 2013 gsw1200 without any options other than cruise and heated grips. I have read posts over the past year regarding the enduro plug what is "might or is suppose to do". I have noticed that I can purchase one online through a dealer for $16.00. However I am still very confused about the possible effects/benefits it might have on the GS.

    Does anyone have the factual information that can clarify my confusion? Thanks in advance.

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    There should be no need to purchase one... it should be in a slot under the riders saddle.



    It does two things (assuming your bike has the dynamic ESA/riding modes option)

    1) It enables the Enduro Pro mode. The modes switch from Rain -> Road -> Dynamic -> Enduro -> Enduro Pro -> back to Rain. If you don't have the plug installed the Enduro Pro mode is skipped. Enduro Pro defaults the suspension to hard, ASC is almost off, and ABS doesn't work on the rear tire when the rear brake is applied.

    2) It remembers your settings when you switch modes or cycle the ignition. Without it selecting Dynamic, for example, alway starts with the suspension set to HARS. If the plug is installed the suspension will start however you last left it in that mode.

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    I have some non-factual info. It makes my bike FUN to ride!

    Quote Originally Posted by pjones7552 View Post
    I have a 2013 gsw1200 without any options other than cruise and heated grips. I have read posts over the past year regarding the enduro plug what is "might or is suppose to do". I have noticed that I can purchase one online through a dealer for $16.00. However I am still very confused about the possible effects/benefits it might have on the GS.

    Does anyone have the factual information that can clarify my confusion? Thanks in advance.
    Dover, NH

    2014 BMW R1200GS Racing Red

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