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    I do not know how much similarity there is, but I...

    I do not know how much similarity there is, but I have a Zumo 345 wired into the Canbus and I find that provided both sat nav and bike are off when the sat nav is mounted in the cradle everything...
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    The calibration process requires a dry strip,...

    The calibration process requires a dry strip, which normally means removing it from the tank. Given their fragility you could end up with a completely failed strip.

    Having lived with a failing...
  3. Thread: MOT and LEDs

    by AlexG
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    It should be a fail on a bike as well, the...

    It should be a fail on a bike as well, the following from section 4.1.4 Compliance with Requirements:



    Source: https://www.mot-testing.service.gov.uk/documents/manuals/class12/
  4. Thread: Main beam bulb

    by AlexG
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    I looked at them briefly, but I could not work...

    I looked at them briefly, but I could not work out whether they were 'handed' or not i.e. if designed primarily for use in the US are they configured for driving on the right and would be a problem...
  5. I do not have a direct comparison / whole answer,...

    I do not have a direct comparison / whole answer, but maybe some useful fitting info.

    I had an HID setup that had to be removed to enable fitment of upper protection bars, I have gone back to...
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    SteveM's link is probably...

    SteveM's link is probably http://www.asarotatingelectrical.co.uk.
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    I'd say that is reasonable, given that complete...

    I'd say that is reasonable, given that complete secondhand modules are in that price range and you still have to factor in fitting.
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    Wow never knew there was someone doing these down...

    Wow never knew there was someone doing these down the road, I assume you are referring to here:

    http://www.drwheelbuilding.com/prices.html
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    Is this what you meant :cool:

    Is this what you meant :cool:
  10. Sticky: For anyone else late to this thread like me, the...

    For anyone else late to this thread like me, the link on the ADAC site for the route card has now changed to:

    https://www.adac.de/_mmm/pdf/TK_13_Pyrenaen_2018-04_210812.pdf
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    Just in case anyone ends up reading this thread...

    Just in case anyone ends up reading this thread in the future...swapping the ecu from the original ABS module to one from a later bike works fine, for example my bike is a 2007, the replacement ABS...
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    I bit the bullet and got on with swapping the ECU...

    I bit the bullet and got on with swapping the ECU to the replacement unit, bled fine and no faults with ignition on, though tank etc is still off for something else so i have not actually ridden the...
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    I'm North Devon. I have already removed the...

    I'm North Devon.

    I have already removed the ECU from the original ABS module.

    I was just wondering if there is a shortcut to avoid removing everything all over again (bit of a doh moment to be...
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    Non-Servo ABS Variant Coding

    I think I already know the answer to the following, but posting on the off-chance I am wrong...

    So ABS nadgered up I have just fitted a secondhand replacement from a later bike (same part number),...
  15. Thread: 911 reader

    by AlexG
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    I'm probably about a 30 minute ride away and have...

    I'm probably about a 30 minute ride away and have a 10-pin GS-911. PM me if you still need the codes reading.
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    It is definitely a combined unit on mine (2007),...

    It is definitely a combined unit on mine (2007), I guess the question now is when it changed over.

    @T12 sorry if this is a red herring not applicable to your bike.
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    The RDC module is combined with the alarm gubbins...

    The RDC module is combined with the alarm gubbins (if the alarm was originally spec'ed as an option) possibly something else to consider.
  18. Thread: Fuel pump fault.

    by AlexG
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    Thanks, I should have known it would not be as...

    Thanks, I should have known it would not be as easy as it sounded. In summary you need* a knackered FPC to make the lead in case you get a knackered FPC :yelrotflm

    (I know the lead can be made...
  19. Thread: Fuel pump fault.

    by AlexG
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    Where did you source the plug? (Everything...

    Where did you source the plug?

    (Everything else that typically fails has done on mine, it can't be too long before I need one of these.)
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    The later tank is a slightly different shape, it...

    The later tank is a slightly different shape, it would not surprise me if the difference is enough to prevent the panels being interchangeable.
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    4Ω to 89Ω on the one I tested here.

    4Ω to 89Ω on the one I tested here.
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    I'll try to do something at some stage, though it...

    I'll try to do something at some stage, though it will not be any time soon.
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    To be honest I have no idea, but like you I...

    To be honest I have no idea, but like you I assume they are.

    Given the size of Henk's converter I assume there is some way of using standard electrical components without the need for any sort of...
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    As far as I understand things with the sensors (I...

    As far as I understand things with the sensors (I have previously spent more time than sensible trying to read the code from a new sensor), they goto sleep a little while after stopping the bike,...
  25. Thread: GS911 Devon

    by AlexG
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    Are the replacements from BMW or did you go...

    Are the replacements from BMW or did you go elsewhere for them?
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