With this plug-in connector, you can remove the ABS pump on your 2017+ Yamaha R6, known as an R6 ABS Delete
The 2020 R1 and 2017+ Yamaha YZF R6 (model code BN6) come with the same onboard ABS pump for the ABS braking system, not with our Yamaha ABS Delete 2,
Now you can remove the ABS system completely, this unit is also tested, and proven to work on the following bikes
- R1 2020+
- R6 2017+
- XSR900 / XSR700
- Tracer 900
- For the R7/Tenere 700/FZ/MT07 requires the YAM_ABS_Delete_3
- For the 2015-2019 R1 and R1M you need the YAM_ABS_Delete_1
For track use the ABS is usually removed, for weight saving and also to increase the feel to the brakes and remove the intrusion that ABS gives to track riders. The problem however with the Yamaha R6 2017+ the entire pump has not been able to be removed without a code being displayed on the dashboard, meaning that some tuners and race bike builders have taken apart the pump to leave just the electronics part of it to fool the bike that the pump is still there, and not throw a code.
Whilst the above method works, the pump is a very expensive part at around £1800 / $2500, so FTecu has released a plug-in socket that allows you to remove the entire ABS system including the pump without any rider aids or error codes that will lock out the display and without ruining the ABS pump which can later be resold or kept in case the bike is put back on the road.
We have also heard numerous reports of the modification failing when the electronics part left on the bike stops working.
These Yamaha R6 ABS delete allows the complete removal of the OEM ABS control module while maintaining all rider aids. A weight reduction of roughly 3.15 pounds from your bike.
This also allows enough space for mounting larger Endurance or SBK fuel tanks fit with Stock or YEC kit wire looms, or data logging equipment, or for the R1/R1M to relocate the ECU to the ABS pump location using the Bienvenu Motorsports ECU relocation cables for the R1 2020+ Or for the R1 2015-2019 this is the link to the ECU Extension cables.
This works independently, so you do not need an FTecu kit to use it.
This version does not work with pre-2017 Yamaha YZF R6 (as they do not have ABS systems)