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WHAT IS ALL THE SWICTH ON THE HANDLE BAR ON RIGHT

WHAT IS ALL THE SWICTH ON THE HANDLE BAR ON RIGHT FOR

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It's a mode selection. Basically if you have a 600cc A mode is 600cc, B mode makes it a 450cc, C mode makes it a 250cc. Not exactly, but basically. It's essentially pointless but it can come in handy to control throttle during the rain so the rider doesn't over throttle and spin the rear tire.

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