I don't get it. I was stating that TC has not yet become standardized and you disagree....? There's no point here. Standardization of TC has not yet occurred and you are not happy. These are two separate things, but considering the state of the world, the whole "KTM doesn't want us to know what they're really doing!" comes off as trash, clickbait thinking. Cut it out. That said, I agree with you but not the "How dare they!" part.I disagree, if a racer were to ask a team manufacturer what the heck a particular control does, you can bet the manufacturer would stumble all over itself to explain. When I'm the rider and someone sells me something, generally I expect to know what I'm are getting. Now, it seems, it is okay for manufacturers, not just KTM, to say, hey, with this motorcycle you get Traction Control. What the heck is that, what does it do? Well ... we really don't want to tell you, because it's a trade secret, or it isn't standardized, or gives away our competitive edge. Oh, here's the on/off button!
Why don't we need to know what MTC does? Doesn't it affect how we ride a motorcycle? It's bad enough that all the manufacturers seems to be in collusion with this practice of not sharing technical specs. But it is worse, to me, that buyers/riders make the same excuses and give the same pass. Without questioning it, it just allows the sales practices to continue.