ABS Light / Rear Sprocket swap
Hey guys, Iím having some odd trouble after swapping my stock sprocket to a 43 one in the rear.
So I took it in over the weekend to swap it, and I forgot to adjust the slack. Well the chain slipped coming out of the intersection when I swapped it, so I had to pull over (and remember to back the wheel out). So I fix the chain slack and all is well. Except, now the ABS light is on. (To be honest, Iím pretty sure it was on the whole time)
So the bike is fine now, but the rear ABS is disabled (skids when I rear brake indicating it doesnít engage), the ABS light is on, and speeds at 90mph have way more vibration now then they used to. Not sure if that last bit is related, but it shakes more rhythmically at higher speeds then it used to.
Is this normal for 2016s model versys with ABS to do this? Itís either ABS systems donít allow this, or the chain or sprocket is bent, which I highly doubt as theyíre both brand new and either way hasnít directly affected the ABS sensor.
Man Iím stumped. I donít exactly want to pay the dealership to tell me to just keep the bike OEM, but if I canít figure this out. Maybe Iím just dense, who knows.