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Please change to real time data and look for the measurements of TPS and  twist grip.
Both should be at "zero" while idling, if not >> you will have found the fault :)
After resetting to adapatation values i get the notofication to open the twistgrip fully for a few second and to return to start position. After that to go for a test drive and drive in every gear for a few seconds. Also did that
Did you reset the twistgrip on the bike? If so, did you gently open the throttle to full and then closed it using only the spring in the twistgrip?

Alternatively, you can mail our support team with an autoscan:
Hello, i have a 2010 S1000RR. When i release the clutch lever the engine RPM rises to the point that the bike starts gaining speed. Braking on the engine is not possible because it feel like the bike gives more RPM than needed. It started after resetting  adaptation values with the gs911. Even after driving several 100's of miles the problem still excist. Help please, it is even dangerous to ride like this. I reset the adaptation values because the bike would sometimes when at idle die. No fault codes. Replaced the TPS (both), cleaned the throttle (which wasn't dirty)
General Discussion / Re: Software doesn't run anymore
« Last post by Mornay on March 14, 2019, 08:37:52 AM »
Hi Dan,

I'd suggest you log a ticket with our support team, they'll be able to assist:
General Discussion / Software doesn't run anymore
« Last post by Dann on March 14, 2019, 03:20:19 AM »
My GS-911 software doesn't open anymore. (No error message)
I used it last November with no issues.
My MC is in storage for the winter and I'm in the process of getting it ready for the new season.
I've uninstalled it, and downloaded the 1806.1 installer to reinstall it.
The installer doesn't run either?
I've tried as admin, but nothing happens either.
It simply doesn't run. No error messages
I have no problem with the GS-911 utility software
The browser interface loads properly.

I'm running Win10
 Any ideas on what can cause this?
ABS related issues / Re: ABS not working on rear only.
« Last post by Jughead on March 13, 2019, 04:13:16 PM »
You may find good sensors off an old pump somewhere.
ABS related issues / Re: ABS not working on rear only.
« Last post by Love2Ride on March 13, 2019, 03:47:25 PM »
Ok, thx guys. I did bleed the brakes in the right sequence except my reservoir to catch the old brake fluid was below the pump and the calipers (on the floor). Well, all of that is useless until I fix the source. So, I think I will first swap the two pressure switches on top of the pump to see if the problem shifts to the front brake and then I will take the unit out of the bike, remove the sensor off the side of the pump and see if I can source a another sensor somewhere. If anyone has an idea where to get a sensor if will be much appreciated.
ABS related issues / Re: ABS not working on rear only.
« Last post by Jughead on March 13, 2019, 07:00:40 AM »
The pump will not run if the error is currently present, and you cannot clear the error because it is currently present.  You need to resolve the issue first (remove the source of the error) (Error not currently present) before you can clear the error and operate the pump.
ABS related issues / Re: ABS not working on rear only.
« Last post by schuppi on March 12, 2019, 05:46:24 PM »

If this fault is stored in the unit, there will be no function of rear pump.
So the bleeding of the rear system will not be executable :-\
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