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Mods and Appearance / Re: 2018 exhaust dilemma
« Last post by AngeloS!KR on Yesterday at 11:41:42 PM »

thanks buddy
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Mods and Appearance / Re: 2018 exhaust dilemma
« Last post by SimonUK on Yesterday at 11:36:23 PM »
there is a lot of info in this thread - https://www.s1000rrforum.com/forum/exhaust-fuel-delivery/90202-bmw-bosch-ecu-how-works-what-you-need-know.html

reseting the adaption tables with the GS911(or other tool, or at the dealers) just speeds up the re-learning process for the ECU. putting miles on the bike after a change will result in the same, but will take longer(200-500 miles have been mentioned). I am by no means a tuner or expert of any nature. I do know that out of the box these bikes run really lean(to conform to emissions standards), they have fueling targets in the maps to achieve this. The ECU is supposed to be a 'learning' ECU, so when you make a change it should adapt to that change, BUT it is always going to try to achieve the fueling targets set in the ECU map. So, do you need a PCV? Supposedly not, but you could make the fueling better(though I would not expect to see huge increases in HP).
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Mods and Appearance / Re: 2018 exhaust dilemma
« Last post by AngeloS!KR on Yesterday at 10:53:16 PM »
*Originally Posted by SimonUK [+]
You can reset the adaptation tables with a GS911. This is not an ECU re-tune, or the BMW ECU unlock code(which I understand voids our warranty).

do you still need the GS911 for a 2018 model? and does resetting the adaptation table not void warranty? is this fine to do and does it not cause any other adverse issues? sorry for all the questions, im new to the BMW scene previous bikes have just been easy that you just go full system and get the the stock ECU remapped, never had issues with it voiding warranty etc. i dont want to void my warranty as the bike is only a month old. if i reset the adaptation tables will that eliminate the need of the power commander?
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Mods and Appearance / Re: 2018 exhaust dilemma
« Last post by SimonUK on Yesterday at 10:39:10 PM »
You can reset the adaptation tables with a GS911. This is not an ECU re-tune, or the BMW ECU unlock code(which I understand voids our warranty).
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Mods and Appearance / Re: 2018 exhaust dilemma
« Last post by SimonUK on Yesterday at 10:34:53 PM »
*Originally Posted by zombie [+]
I'd say that dyno is super optimistic, personally...

have to agree there.
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Mods and Appearance / Re: Heated gear power connection?
« Last post by zombie on Yesterday at 10:29:20 PM »
Thing that makes me super jealous of my friend who bought a new MT10.... he can take his seat off using his key :P
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Mods and Appearance / Re: 2018 exhaust dilemma
« Last post by AngeloS!KR on Yesterday at 10:02:07 PM »
*Originally Posted by podders [+]
Wow...nearly 180 RWHP....is that a common result for JUST a full system? If so, im defo saving up for one!

full system, air filter and ECU reset apparently. sound FECKING mean  :047: .... awesome numbers, would def put a smile on your face not that it doesn't now lol.
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Mods and Appearance / Re: 2018 exhaust dilemma
« Last post by AngeloS!KR on Yesterday at 09:59:02 PM »
*Originally Posted by tojuba [+]
From what I see... the ECU of the latest version (2017+) is quite flexible. I would just try this first if you go full exahust. Just put the new hardware and reset the adaptatión tables, no ECU changes or repros:


The results shown are really good, I don´t know if rideability gets affected though.

thats exactly what i want but to reset the adaptations is to reset the ECU correct? do you need the unlock code from BMW to do this? because that will be my only dilema. IF you can just have the ecu reset and thats it i.e no power commander or anything and it fuels fine and the throttle is all good then ill be one happy chappy. they were just saying to me that it needs to be tuned as in the ECU needs to be re-mapped and tuned etc and for that i need the unlock code from BMW at a cost of 1k
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Mods and Appearance / Re: 2018 exhaust dilemma
« Last post by zombie on Yesterday at 09:48:47 PM »
I'd say that dyno is super optimistic, personally...
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*Originally Posted by SimonUK [+]
@CrazyBiker Line 23 - Fork Bridge to Steering tube is 130Nm for the XR (R & R are 100Nm).

You should ask @Admin to add the link to the 'pinned' service thread at the top of this forum.


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