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ezCAN / Re: bug on GEN 2
« Last post by Louisloong on Today at 01:04:56 PM »
I tend to agree with Lefebvre. I noticed that on mine too. Since there aren't many advantages in wasting a port for the horn, I took it off the canbus and wire it directly via a relay and trigger the relay with the OEM horn switch.
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ezCAN / Re: Clean Install on a 2009 BMW 1200 GSA
« Last post by Louisloong on Today at 01:00:58 PM »
Hi, Firstly, you need to upgrade the firmware on your Ezcan controller.
Secondly, you can replace the OEM Aux light with the D4. There are 4 wire going into the OEM Aux light. You only need the red/green and brown wire. Reg/green being the positive and brown, the negative. BUT...... you are not able to dim the D4 going this way.
Thirdly, connect the D4s to the Ezcan controller and use the dimming function. I presumed your controller does not have the 3 wire dimming plug but you are still able to dim using 2 wires.
Hope this helped.
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I don't know what model bike is yours but on my R1250GSA 2020, if you connect the external brake light or any LED lights to the brake circuit, you will get a can bus error on the brake circuit.
The other option is to connect via the can bus or in my case, I installed 2 X ezcan in a daisy-chained mode and gotten 8 channels or ports.
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Technical / Re: how to Unlock Speedo meter s 1000rr?
« Last post by Wilco on September 28, 2020, 08:34:28 AM »
Unfortunately I am not able to give an accurate release date.
Active development is currently in the final few stages. After that there will be a period of in-house alpha testing, and perhaps even a round of beta testing before the first public release.
I'll update this thread with more information when it becomes available to me.
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ezCAN / Clean Install on a 2009 BMW 1200 GSA
« Last post by Rotator on September 25, 2020, 08:07:05 PM »
I'm looking to install some Denali D4 Aux lights on my 2009 BMW R1200 GSA.  A about 2 years ago I purchased the Hex Ez Can kit for this purpose but I think newer versions may now be available.  Here's my deal though.  The original GSA aux lights are almost useless and I'm simply wanting to replace them with the Denali D4's, while continuing to use the original BMW aux. light switch BUT i also want to utilize the programming functionality of the Hex ezCan system.  I'd be ok with adding a dimmer switch of some sort as long as it was a clean set up.

Can anyone tell me how to go about this?  Any experienced input would be greatly appreciated.

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Technical / Re: how to Unlock Speedo meter s 1000rr?
« Last post by jakutash on September 25, 2020, 06:52:10 PM »


Do you have a GS911 USB, or are you still considering purchasing a device?
Coding on the XKOMBI46 is currently only supported in Beta and only over the cloud. This means you need to run the web App, and will need a GS911 WiFi.
If you have a GS911 WiFi, I can add you to the beta list, and you will be able to do an over-the-air update on your device (no firmware download needed).
K001 coding can be volatile, hence only in beta, where we can give additional disclaimers.
It is only cloud based so that we can perform cluster recovery procedures from our servers, in the event that something goes wrong. The PC app (as used with a USB device) is offline diagnostics.
The next release of the PC-app will also support cloud based diagnostics, and will then support USB devices on beta for K001 coding.

Thank you very much! Good information! I still considering purchasing a device! so the USB version is chipper)

he next release of the PC-app will also support cloud based diagnostics, and will then support USB devices on beta for K001 coding.

It turns out I can take the Usb version... do you know exactly when the next release come?


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R1200 models / Re: Setting indicator timeout
« Last post by Wilco on September 25, 2020, 12:20:27 PM »
XBCL and XBCO coding is not yet implemented, but is on the backlog, so will be supported with a future update.
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Technical / Re: how to Unlock Speedo meter s 1000rr?
« Last post by Wilco on September 25, 2020, 12:08:10 PM »
Hi there. i have s1000rr 15 ECU BMSX. how can i be a beta tester program? I want buy gs911 to Speedo unlock 399...

Hi Paulo! When HEX do update to 911gs can unlock speedo XCOMBI46 ? Or where i can download beta test firmware with this feature ?

Can anybody help me? Is current version of software on 911gs USB can unlock speedo xcombi to 399km/h on s1000rr 2015?

Do you have a GS911 USB, or are you still considering purchasing a device?
Coding on the XKOMBI46 is currently only supported in Beta and only over the cloud. This means you need to run the web App, and will need a GS911 WiFi.
If you have a GS911 WiFi, I can add you to the beta list, and you will be able to do an over-the-air update on your device (no firmware download needed).
K001 coding can be volatile, hence only in beta, where we can give additional disclaimers.
It is only cloud based so that we can perform cluster recovery procedures from our servers, in the event that something goes wrong. The PC app (as used with a USB device) is offline diagnostics.
The next release of the PC-app will also support cloud based diagnostics, and will then support USB devices on beta for K001 coding.





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Technical / Re: how to Unlock Speedo meter s 1000rr?
« Last post by Wilco on September 25, 2020, 11:49:09 AM »
I also look forward to unlocking this K67 speedometer 8)

My buddy owns a 2020 S1000RR, he says the speedo already shows 300+ km/h

 :o ??? ;D
Would he be able to give a link to a video or image from a helmet cam confirming this?
That would be awesome!

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GS-911 / Re: Yellow USB GS-911 use on new bike
« Last post by Wilco on September 25, 2020, 11:45:11 AM »
Wayne and Mike covered all the ins and outs of why you need to upgrade your yellow device when upgrading your ride.
Just a reminder that we offer a trade in if you do decide to upgrade.  :)

https://www.hexcode.co.za/products/gs-911/support/faq/do-you-offer-a-trade-in-program-for-old-devices
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