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How do I... / Re: gear position re adaptation
« Last post by Jughead on May 08, 2022, 01:19:13 PM »
At idle on the main stand.  Sometimes it help to apply a small amount of pressure to the rear brake pedal just to absorb the freeplay/backlash of the final drive.
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Awesome!  We'll done!
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The blue-white wire was fully broken only 2 inches away from the plug of the ring antenna. When I draw on the wire I could simply pull it out. Replaced this wire - bike runs :-) :-) :-)
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How do I... / gear position re adaptation
« Last post by boomtheroom on May 07, 2022, 11:32:44 PM »
Hey  just a question before i begin...does engine need to be at operating temp or at certain rpm to do the gear adaptation or can be done in gear at idle rpm on  bike stand?
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Hi this is my first post here. I have an engine waring on my R1250 GSA . the Bike went in to limp mode tick over only.
 I ran a scan which came up with the error  “0x3A13D7 Throttle grip sensor, Channel 1, short circuit to ground.”
 I have tried reseating the connector at the grip and tried clearing the fault with no success
I ran the real time monitoring tool for the throttle which is only showing 12% at full twist.
I Ran the Twist grip adaptation but again it only get to 12% and doesn’t complete.
Is the limp mode holding the throttle at 12% or is it the actual fault?
Looing on the internet someone is saying it is unlikely to be the twist grip but more likely to be a broken wire.
Has anyone seen this before?

Thanks
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Biker's Pub / Re: Very annoying posts
« Last post by Ruan on May 06, 2022, 01:13:26 PM »
Hi Schuppi

Agreed, our hands are a bit tied with who is allowed to sign up, but please continue to report these posts so that I can keep the forum neat and tidy :-)

Kind regards
Ruan
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ezCAN / Re: ezCAN with a KTM
« Last post by Ruan on May 06, 2022, 01:04:58 PM »
Hi Ally

Sounds like a great setup you have planned there!

Best would firstly be to spread the power hungry clearwater lights and the heated gear across 2 ezCANs, and divide the rest appropriately. The ideal setup would look something like this:
- ezCAN 1:
 - Clearwater split on red and blue channels.
 - Innovv on yellow.
 - Tank ring on white.

- ezCAN 2:
 - Heated gear on red.
 - Denali DMs on blue and yellow.
 - White can be used at a later stage for another accessory.

Your Clearwater lights can be configured as Aux 1 lights and the off when turn signal active feature can be toggled.

DMs can either be setup as aux lights 2 on the 2nd ezCAN or simply configured as turn signals with/without a running light intensity.

If the former, you will need to toggle the feature for "Off when turn signal active" on, and click on the word "Off", which will give you the option to flash when turn signal active.

That should get you sorted, feel free to let me know if you have any questions.

Kind regards and safe travels
Ruan
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Great!  Now to find the break.

Follow the harness from the antenna back under the steering yolk while turning the handlebars left and right.  There will be a point along the route where the harness flexes most.  It will possibly be just before/after where the harness is cable tied to the frame.  That is the most likely point of the break.

Good luck!
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 Result: three connections were "there" - but the white-blue cable to pin #57 is broken.

Hello Bernd

Great, well done!
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Hi Jughead, short feedback:
I plugged in the new ring antenna (hanging outside) and supplied with the spare key - result: EWS!, Bike is dead.
So I started to check the connection between antenna and DWS(-plug). First, the S 1000 RR is much (!) more much thinner cables in the connector. The color codes on the antenna plug were DWS plug hardly to identify. So I put a fine needle in the four "holes" on the antenna plug and the same on the DWS plug and measured the continuity with an Ohm meter in between. Result: three connections were "there" - but the white-blue cable to pin #57 is broken. I have bridged this cable with an alligator clip and - BIKE RUNS :-) :-) :-)

Thank you very much for your great expertise - without which I would have had to give the bike into the hands of my friendly (but expensive) BMW dealer.

Best regards
Bernd
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