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Offline BmwHarleyTriumph

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Re: Rapidbike Easy
« Reply #10 on: September 19, 2018, 01:01:49 AM »
*Originally Posted by MeloS1000r [+]
Checking their site, and many vendors, yes... there is even a version for 2014 - 2016 models and another for 17 / 18.
Where? I couldnt find any

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Re: Rapidbike Easy
« Reply #11 on: September 19, 2018, 02:20:01 AM »
*Originally Posted by MeloS1000r [+]
Checking their site, and many vendors, yes... there is even a version for 2014 - 2016 models and another for 17 / 18.
Saw itCalSport UK. Previously looking at Rapid Bike US and they doesnt seem to have it.

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Re: Rapidbike Easy
« Reply #12 on: September 19, 2018, 05:47:54 PM »
*Originally Posted by anoldman [+]
For anyone interested in this product, it definitely improves smoothness and reduces the hunting/surging at light throttle in lower rpm's. 

Pic shows the size of it. Install time was around 2 hours (but I'm told can be done in 30 minutes!)

Any more feedback please?  :440:

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Re: Rapidbike Easy
« Reply #13 on: September 29, 2018, 10:07:06 AM »
Cant really find any conclusive info about this anywhere.

Couple of good reviews from de ADV bikes, but also some bad reviews.

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Re: Rapidbike Easy
« Reply #14 on: October 22, 2018, 09:27:04 PM »
*Originally Posted by MeloS1000r [+]
Cant really find any conclusive info about this anywhere.

Couple of good reviews from de ADV bikes, but also some bad reviews.

Were you able to install it? I just watched a video for a KTM and it appears you just plug it into the o2 sensors. It draws power from them but the part I'm unsure of is how to adjust the 2 dials on the RB Easy? I have yet to find a video or info on it but I've just started looking, want to add Akra header to my 17 but not sure if I can use the RB Easy or if I'll need the Evo...
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Re: Rapidbike Easy
« Reply #15 on: October 22, 2018, 10:20:11 PM »
*Originally Posted by stanksbeamen [+]
Were you able to install it? I just watched a video for a KTM and it appears you just plug it into the o2 sensors. It draws power from them but the part I'm unsure of is how to adjust the 2 dials on the RB Easy? I have yet to find a video or info on it but I've just started looking, want to add Akra header to my 17 but not sure if I can use the RB Easy or if I'll need the Evo...

No, Im on the same boat as you.
There is basically no real user info about installing this system on the S1000R, execpt for this post, but the OP seems to be missing  :003:

From what I could learn through the web, you plug the unit on the 02 sensors leads, and try to tuck it away under the driver seat. Then you must rotate de dials, there are instructions for a bunch of Bmw GS models and "all the other models", thats the one Ive seen people selecting on a german S1000RR forum.

If you are looking for a smoother low / mid RPM experience, I think the RB easy is enough, but if you want a full tuning suite, you should look for the EVO unit.

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Re: Rapidbike Easy
« Reply #16 on: October 23, 2018, 12:06:00 AM »
*Originally Posted by MeloS1000r [+]
No, Im on the same boat as you.
There is basically no real user info about installing this system on the S1000R, execpt for this post, but the OP seems to be missing  :003:

From what I could learn through the web, you plug the unit on the 02 sensors leads, and try to tuck it away under the driver seat. Then you must rotate de dials, there are instructions for a bunch of Bmw GS models and "all the other models", thats the one Ive seen people selecting on a german S1000RR forum.

If you are looking for a smoother low / mid RPM experience, I think the RB easy is enough, but if you want a full tuning suite, you should look for the EVO unit.

Yeah I've looked at the Evo as well, I'll keep looking for info.
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Re: Rapidbike Easy
« Reply #17 on: October 23, 2018, 09:53:23 AM »
*Originally Posted by MeloS1000r [+]
No, Im on the same boat as you.
There is basically no real user info about installing this system on the S1000R, execpt for this post, but the OP seems to be missing  :003:

From what I could learn through the web, you plug the unit on the 02 sensors leads, and try to tuck it away under the driver seat. Then you must rotate de dials, there are instructions for a bunch of Bmw GS models and "all the other models", thats the one Ive seen people selecting on a german S1000RR forum.

If you are looking for a smoother low / mid RPM experience, I think the RB easy is enough, but if you want a full tuning suite, you should look for the EVO unit.

Got the RB Easy. Left dial (settings) should be on 2, right dial (AFR) on 3.

In tucking the small module under the seat, do you need to remove anything else to insert or tuck thr harness/wirings?

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Re: Rapidbike Easy
« Reply #18 on: November 16, 2018, 05:43:16 AM »
You all went quiet. How's your Rapid Bike Easy going? Mine made the fueling very snatchy/jumpy. The smooth throttle the S1000R is known for is completely gone. Anything I'm doing wrong in here? Help

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Re: Rapidbike Easy
« Reply #19 on: November 16, 2018, 12:43:37 PM »
*Originally Posted by BmwHarleyTriumph [+]
You all went quiet. How's your Rapid Bike Easy going? Mine made the fueling very snatchy/jumpy. The smooth throttle the S1000R is known for is completely gone. Anything I'm doing wrong in here? Help

Have you tried setting the right dial to a higher value?

 


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