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Technical / Re: how to Unlock Speedo meter s 1000rr?
« Last post by jakutash on September 23, 2020, 03:50:13 PM »
confirmed 2016 XkombiK46 unlock, 315Km/h on stock S1000RR 2016. slipon only

Any info on the upcomming K67 299unlock ?

Hi there. i have s1000rr 15 ECU BMSX. how can i be a beta tester program? I want buy gs911 to Speedo unlock 399...
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GS-911 Wifi / Re: Mobile app cloud connection fail
« Last post by Wilco on September 21, 2020, 07:50:37 AM »
Poor internet connection will unfortunately lead to the frustrations you are describing yes.
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GS-911 / Re: Yellow USB GS-911 use on new bike
« Last post by mike d on September 18, 2020, 01:47:28 PM »
If you look at the Function Chart it lists which models require which GS-911 version:

https://www.hexcode.co.za/products/gs-911/function-chart

So no, your yellow GS-911 will not interface to your 2018 F800GS

Mike
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GS-911 / Re: Yellow USB GS-911 use on new bike
« Last post by Thijs67 on September 18, 2020, 10:43:49 AM »
in addition to my post above:
HexCode states on their website that the GS-911 (Gen1) can read all controllers....
So what am I missing?
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GS-911 / Re: Yellow USB GS-911 use on new bike
« Last post by Thijs67 on September 18, 2020, 10:28:43 AM »
I suppose I have the same problem. I am using the (enthousiast) yellow GS-911 for my R1200ST's (K28) and have used it to service a 2014 K1300s (K40). Since this summer I also own a 2018 F700GS (K70), so I bought the lead connector to connect my GS-911 to the OBD-II on this bike. The GS-911 cannot read the ECU and 'asks' to turn on the bike's contact, whitch is -of course- already on....
Guess I have to upgrade for a new GS-911 to solve this problem?
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Sorry to the slow reply to your suggestion. Despite my riding the bike ten miles home after the incident that caused the neutral indicator problem, it did not sort itself out by my going through the gears. It is now working (I think) due to my reversing the gear leaver position and switching off the ignition,, followed by a ride; so it seems that you were correct, but it needed some fiddling to get it into a situation where it could sort itself out.

Thanks for the help, it is much appreciated.

Regards
Chris
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Engine related issues / Re: K1200S 2006 Fuel Pump Fault Code
« Last post by mike d on September 15, 2020, 10:56:11 AM »
Hi Chris,

Quite possibly.

Mike

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Engine related issues / Re: K1200S 2006 Fuel Pump Fault Code
« Last post by Chris.S on September 15, 2020, 08:39:48 AM »

Strange how that happened after running out of fuel?

 Possibly as the bike ran out of fuel, the air fuel mixture went very lean which would put a high load on the coils.
  Could have been a nail in the coffin of a coil that was on its last legs.
  Just my thoughts.
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Engine related issues / Re: K1200S 2006 Fuel Pump Fault Code
« Last post by mike d on September 14, 2020, 02:18:53 PM »
Just to put close on this thread. The fault was a bad stick coil.

His words:

Got the bike running ok now. It was a coil gone.

Strange how that happened after running out of fuel?

After I had the new radiator hose delivered and fitted, I ran the bike, felt the exhaust pipes and No 2 pipe was cold. Removed the rad to swop the coils around ( 1 to 2 and vice versa) to make sure the fault went with the coil.

Didn't refit the rad to test as I only ran it for less than a minute and sure enough, No 1 exhaust pipe was cold.

Bought a new coil, refitted rad and vac filled, all exhaust pipes hot.

Then changed oil, oil filter, re, oiled K & N air filters, and final drive oil.


Thanks for al the responses.

Regards

Mike
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General Discussion / Re: Fault code library
« Last post by bmwroadsterca on September 10, 2020, 03:15:33 PM »
But it is a simple thing to keep a running log of fault codes encountered along with model and year and cause. Not looking for perfection or 100% coverage.

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