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There are 2 lean angle indicators. One is active and is a sliding graph that will increase when increasing lean angle and decrease when reducing the lean angle. The other is a numeric lean angle indicator that records the maximum the bike has leaned, both left and right. That will remain the same until you either lean more, which will increase the number, or you reset to zero. You can not set either of these indicators, you can only reset the 2nd which displays a numeric value. Does this help?
 

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There are 2 lean angle indicators. One is active and is a sliding graph that will increase when increasing lean angle and decrease when reducing the lean angle. The other is a numeric lean angle indicator that records the maximum the bike has leaned, both left and right. That will remain the same until you either lean more, which will increase the number, or you reset to zero. You can not set either of these indicators, you can only reset the 2nd which displays a numeric value. Does this help?
ok thank you that helps a lot
 

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Jason, lets split the question. When you say you are maxed out, is that based on your bike scrapping the road or are you looking at the meter and saying that you maxed out?

If you are looking at the meter and saying that you maxed out and you feel that the electronics are not letting you lean further, I don't think that the bike's electronics are designed to do that. Not sure though, please check with other 2020 bike owners if there are restrictions that will stand up a bike when leaned over too much, I would consider that a safety hazard and would assume that the bike does not do that.

If you are actually scrapping the pegs/silencer, etc, then you need to mechanically move those to get more lean angle and I am assuming that you are riding on a track somewhere.
 

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I don't think that the bike's electronics are designed to do that. Not sure though,
The max lean indicator is simply a lean recorder that will register and display the maximum the bike has leaned from center, until the rider resets the indicator. That is all it is for, to provide the rider information about the maximum the bike has been leaned since it was reset. If the rider goes through one corner and reads the indicator it will display the maximum lean angle for the corner. If the rider goes through 50 corners, it will display the maximum lean angle from at least one of the 50 corners.
 
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