During the dry sessions Level 1 was ideal. It allowed the rear to step out but gathered it back before things ended in tears and broken bike (and body) bits. In the wet conditions the 14’s TC is not as predictable, but Level 2 works impeccably. The mild slide/spin characteristics offer enough confidence to twist the throttle to the stop while still leaned over, almost in total disregard for the consequences such behavior would typically bring. Level 3 is very obtrusive, and ZX-14R owners should already have enough inherent skill to relegate that mode to…riding on a frozen lake? And no, I’m not saying that’s coming next, though Frank might go for it.