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Post Info TOPIC: How to disable FI-lamp for speed-sensor


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How to disable FI-lamp for speed-sensor


Want to disconnect the speedsensor because cuted off the sprocket-cover for a faster sprocked-change. Anyone knows how to disable the FI-lamp for the missing sensor-signal. As Im right the ecu needs the speedsensorsignal only for steering-damper and selftest.

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I'm sure it can be disabled by reflashing a specific map switch in the bin. What is the 32920-????? of your ecu?

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Hi,

Thx for your reply.

That's what I think.

I need it for 14J00, 15J00 and/or 47H00. If you would show me the way how to do, i can overtake it for the other Modells.

Thanks



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today, i found a way to go around to the issue, but best solution is to eliminate the issue from the baseline.



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Hi, how do you do? I'm having a problem with a GSXR 1000 K8 engine installed on a race car, regarding the speed sensor. I had to remove it since the car has a rear diff with direct coupling on the engine output shaft. How can I bypass this sensor without flashing the ECU? I'm having a FI light all the time and the engine is low on power. Best Regards, Andre

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Hi. There is some time over and now it is possible to deactivate the FI-lamp for speedsensor by flashing the ECU. If you want to know the turnaround way from send me an email to auer.robert(at)aon.at . I can also deactivate by flashing and i think that is the cleaner way.

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