I noticed that and thourght it was a feature of the bike to rest to street......also do your front inicators flash with the alarm mine only flash the rearAND...it seems my alarm is causing a problem. I turn the bike off, and set the alarm (or it sets the immobiliser automatically after 50 secs)...then when I switch back on the riding mode has reset to Street, even though I've been riding in Sport mode. But, if I switch off and back on again within the 50 secs (so, the alarm doesn't set), the mode stays where I left it. Jason's talking to the alarm bloke now!
we need some one without an alarm to let us know if it stays in sport or resets to street.......OwenYup...rear only, which I've never seen before. I'm going in to see Jason on the way home today. Hopefully he'll have spoken to the installer during the day as I'm sure there's been a feck up...I thought with mine, but maybe something to do with the 1190+that alarm.
If you switch off and back on before the alarm activates does the mode stay where you had it before?
Mine resets to Street whatever I do with the alarm. I thought it was standard, I am using sport but have to reset it every time.Owen...popped into The KTM Centre and saw Mark. What we have established is that if you switch on the ignition first, then switch off the alarm when 'kill switch' appears in the display, the mode resets to Street, but if you turn off the alarm with the button before you switch on it doesn't reset. So, we need to use the remote as it should be used!
He said it seems wrong (the resetting and the rear-only indicators), but needs to speak to the installer as the bike is new and they've hardly any experience fitting alarms to them. He's going to ring me when he's found out something.
Do you have a flashing imobiliser light on the spedo ....according to the book there is one but it isn't clear weather it should flash at rest or notSorry for arriving late to the party guys - we never fit alarms or immopbilisers over here so I initially ignored the thread ..........
On my bike (1190 R with no alarm) the bike stays in the last riding mode when you switch it off - so if you park it up in sport, it stays in sport when you switch it back on. However if you have switched the traction control/ABS off before you stop, they default back to being active when you switch the bike on again.