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GS-911 / No faults found, but flashing warning and ABS on 2013 F800gs
« Last post by KRTW on December 08, 2023, 01:59:53 PM »
Hi folks. IN Guatemala. Yesterday after a quick stop, got back on the bike and two flashing symbols on my dash started. The caution and ABS lights are suddenly staying on. When I got to my hotel - Hooked up the GS911 and did a scan. The FIRST scan found a fault with the front sensor. I reset all error codes, restarted bike - flashing symbols still there but no error codes.

Attached is the PDF readout from numerous tries to get this to tell me what's going on. Software all updated. Not sure what's going on. Any help MOST appreciated.

Error posting this so attachment may not be there....
General Discussion / Female Escorts near Gardnerville
« Last post by avasmith on December 08, 2023, 01:47:44 PM »
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Hi SportsCruiserAdventurer

Could you include a full autoscan of your bike? Simply download it as text and paste the results in your response here. Without the controller info and fault code we're flying pretty blind.

Kind regards
Introduce yourself... / Re: Hello from Scotland
« Last post by Ruan on December 08, 2023, 11:27:05 AM »
Hi Van and Glenn

The Gen 3 Tiger will share the same limitations of the 900 bikes, which is just not available on the CAN bus, so we actually can't update to fix that, as it isn't available for reading by the ezCAN.

For Van, just a note, we haven't confirmed the functionality on the Gen 3 Tigers without the update for the Bluetooth connectivity. Glenn went to his local dealer and received an update that enabled the Bluetooth connectivity, and basically altered his cluster appearance to look exactly like the Gen 4 tigers, but with a smaller display. After this, he had the same functionality as the 900 Tigers.

Kind regards
GS-911 / Re: November 2023 Software and Firmware updates
« Last post by SportsCruiserAdventurer on December 08, 2023, 10:15:02 AM »
Any idea how to override or get the voltage to 12.5V? I have a battery tender, even set it up for cars mode and I can't seem to get it to 12.5V and keep it there. Cheers
Any idea what this exactly means? Bike is a R1250GSA 2019. Cheers
General Discussion / Re: Advice required wrt a GS911 equivalent for a KTM 1190 R
« Last post by WayneC on December 06, 2023, 03:39:45 PM »

An OBD unit you should consider is TuneECU. It is a free and open-source ECU diagnostic and tuning software that is compatible with a wide range of KTM motorcycles, including the 1190 Adventure R.

Clearly the AI bot lives on another universe as TuneECU does not support any KTMs
Introduce yourself... / Re: Hello from Scotland
« Last post by Glenn (adv.rider) on December 06, 2023, 02:18:41 PM »
Hi ‘Van’ :-)

I have one of the first EzCan’s for the Triumph, which was only approved for the Gen 4 (newer) bikes but which I installed on a Gen 3 (19/20) same as yourself. Initial tests showed everything except the sensor for day/night time running lights, and brake force were working perfectly. I haven’t updated the software since the start of the summer, so they might have resolved those situations by now, or might just have left them as is as the majority of functions worked just fine. As it’s not endorsed for the Gen 3, I just accept the situation and use it as I currently do.

I myself have:
- Additional lights on the front of the bike (cheaper set from Amazon)
- A wireless phone chargers unit
- A double USB charger
- A Keis heated jacket
all wired up, and all work perfectly.

I’ll check the software revisions when I next get it connected to the bike. It was stripped off when it went in for a service (as the garage won’t test with it present). Cheers. G
General Discussion / Re: Advice required wrt a GS911 equivalent for a KTM 1190 R
« Last post by suzume on December 06, 2023, 10:06:42 AM »
Hi all, I'm looking for some help / advice.

Whilst I've (still) got my 2012 R1200 GS Adventure (Triple Black) plus a Hexcode GS911 unit to go with it (and very useful that latter unit has proved too), I've also got a KTM 1190 Adventure R (and, yes I know, I've just committed a veritable 'heresy from the dark-side' what with admitting to owning one of those orange monsters... uhm, there really should be a AA type of group for such admissions, e.g. "Hi, my name is Tony and I'm a KTM rider" followed by suitably admonishing looks of absolute horror & disgust from the other attendees in the group)...

Joking aside, I would dearly love to find an equivalent OBD unit for that KTM 1190 (i.e. something providing equivalent functionality as the GS911).

I've been all over the interweb and have come up with a number of possible units but none that inspire me with the same level of confidence in their ability as does the GS911.

So, (and I apologise in advance for my heresy, i.e. the mentioning of the orange dark-side, in a forum focussed upon BMW's) might I very politely inquire if any of the esteemed contributors within this forum have experience of an OBD unit that will work on a KTM 1190, i.e. in the same manner & to the same extent as a GS911 works on a BMW ? wordle unlimited

Thanks in advance for any thoughts & suggestions.

An OBD unit you should consider is TuneECU. It is a free and open-source ECU diagnostic and tuning software that is compatible with a wide range of KTM motorcycles, including the 1190 Adventure R.
General Discussion / Re: max speed desplay
« Last post by Ruan on December 05, 2023, 01:48:23 PM »
Hi There

Are you testing this on a dino? Perhaps a short video of the top end acceleration would be helpful - you can share a google drive/imagur link in your response.

The fact that the display goes above 299 tells me that the limit removal has worked, however it is possible that the speed sensors simply can't report more than 310km/h, which is a hardware limitation that we will not be able to alter unfortunately.

Kind regards
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