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GS-911 / Re: 0x3A1DA0
« Last post by Andy B on July 21, 2024, 10:51:23 PM »
Hi. The bike went to the dealership and they said one of the coils had broken down. They were specific as to which one, which the GS911 was not. The bike had previously had one coil replaced and this was a different one. BMW replaced all 4 as a goodwill gesture although have also said there are no more “goodwill gestures”
I bought two bikes, one frame number apart. Both bikes have now had all of the coils replaced. This was the third time the coils had failed, on European track holidays where I lost several days on track. Although I am told that it is the coil type not a coil manufacturing fault that has been identified. Other BMW’s have the same coils and they fail regularly on more recent models.
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GS-911 / Re: 0x3A1DA0
« Last post by ARK4 on July 21, 2024, 09:02:36 PM »
I seem to be having the same problem. I was told by the dealership that you should see a coil pack fault. I don't know if this is true. I have replaced the plugs and gas. Still having the issue around 6000 to 8000 rpms. Did you get any clarifying information?
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GS-911 / Re: June 2024 update-Sport screen
« Last post by Gunnert on July 19, 2024, 05:17:58 PM »
I just tried again to enable the "Sport Screen" on '24 K1600GT, no joy. I've had no luck in getting the new options to run on my bike.

Duane
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Introduce yourself... / Greetings from New Jersey
« Last post by jtlittle on July 19, 2024, 03:37:04 PM »
Dropping a line to introduce myself. I've been riding for about 47 years and, currently, own a 2020 S1000RR. Other than a couple of recalls, it has been trouble-free for about 11k miles. I can honestly say that this is the best motorcycle I have ever owned. The performance, quality and dealer support are all outstanding. I owned my previous bike for 32 years. Looking forward to at least that many with this one.
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GS-911 / Re: June 2024 update-Sport screen
« Last post by Wilco on July 19, 2024, 02:47:09 PM »
@wilco, any updates on resolving the Sport screen issue with K1600 bikes?

Duane

Latest live version exposes some more of the options to play around with and see what your ECU supports.
Themes of Adventure, Urban, Tour, Sport, Heritage can be loaded and then an additional display can be enabled (that functions differently dependant on which theme is loaded and if the theme is fully supported).

Sounds complicated, but it's just a few variables to tweak and test in relation to each other.
Any reports of functionality is greatly appreciated!


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GS-911 / Re: June 2024 update-Sport screen
« Last post by Wilco on July 19, 2024, 02:44:09 PM »
I updated to the sport screen on my R18B.



Finally, I tried some of the other options such as lean angle, braking and a few others, nothing changed when selected.

> There is a new menu item called “core” that is “greyed out” and does nothing.
Latest update allows you to select what screen should be loaded here. If the firmware is not loaded for Urban or Sport on this screen then it will display "core" and not load.

>Also, I selected several of the splash screens but none of them updated the splash screen.
Same as above, not all ECU's have all the splash screens loaded unfortunately, and a default displays in case one is not loaded.

Finally, I tried some of the other options such as lean angle, braking and a few others, nothing changed when selected.
> These display only on the Sport screen when enabled.
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General Discussion / Re: GS911 lambda sensor graph
« Last post by zeldawre on July 19, 2024, 09:20:27 AM »
The GS911 provides a valuable tool for monitoring Papa's Pizzeria the lambda sensor data. By analyzing the graph, we can assess the engine's air-fuel ratio and identify potential issues such as a faulty sensor or an exhaust leak. A healthy lambda sensor graph typically oscillates around a value of 1, indicating a stoichiometric mixture. Deviations from this value may require further investigation.
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0x3A13D7 Throttle grip sensor, Channel 1, short circuit to Geometry Dash ground on my motorcycle. I've noticed that the bike has been hesitating and stalling. I've tried cleaning the throttle body, but the problem persists.
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ezCAN / Re: Innovv K2 connected to Ezcan Gen 2 stopped working - now FIXED
« Last post by EssaMattou on July 19, 2024, 08:33:08 AM »
Things to try to fix the issue:

Verify Ezcan configuration: Check that the Innovv power supply's Ezcan channel is still an accessory channel with a 30-second delay. Check for Ezcan firmware changes that may have affected accessory channel functionality.


Test the Ezcan output: Use a multimeter to measure the voltage on the Innovv converter box-connected Ezcan output cords. Turn on the ignition and check the 12V output.

Check Innovv converter box connections: Check the Innovv converter box-Ezcan output connections. Make sure all cables are properly connected and no wires are broken.

  • Try a different Ezcan channel: Connect the Innovv converter box to the yellow channel to see if that fixes the problem.

    If none of the previous procedures work, try a factory reset on the Ezcan to see if that fixes configuration difficulties.
    Contact Innovv support: If the problem persists after all the troubleshooting steps, contact Innovv's customer service. They may provide more precise information or detect Ezcan-Innovv K2 dashcam compatibility concerns.
I hope these tips fix your Innovv K2 dashcam.
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GS-911 / Re: S1000RR TPMS - real/non-compensated values
« Last post by fushi20 on July 19, 2024, 06:07:52 AM »
Tracks the real-time tire pressure by utilizing sensors that are installed in each tire. The computer of your vehicle receives actual tire pressure readings from these sensors.
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