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Old 06-23-2017, 06:03 AM
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BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

I am starting a new thread where people can ask questions about the

BMSK / BMSKP - Engine Controller
ZFE - Central Vehicle Electronics Controller
Speedo - Instrument Cluster
ABS / ASC - ABS and wheel slip protection
DWA - Alarm System
RDC - Tyre Pressure Monitor
BC - Board Computer

Also, this thread is to ask questions how these modules work, and how they are interconnected via the CANBUS system.

Software/Electrical to Hardware questions are also part of this thread, along with: "How do I hook up my bike to the computer, and what software are you using?"

If you decide to buy the K-Dcan cable+adapter and need help setting it up PM me.

What is not part of the thread is: Oil Change, Clutch Problems, Oil Type being used, the weather or your dogs/cats name along with their political tenor......
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Old 06-23-2017, 08:40 AM
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

There goes the first question
After changing my speedometer of 2005 for another one of 2007
I have the function BC, the kilometers you have adjusted your (thank you)
But I have a little problem, I can not set the clock in time
The button to do it does not respond
It pulses for a few seconds, but the clock does not flash and is not allowed to adjust

tips....
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

Hit the Trip button until you see clock.

Now hold trip button and you should be able to adjust now...
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

I will have to wait a little to try
My bike has run out of battery ...

Too long with the contact on ....
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

Quote:
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Hit the Trip button until you see clock.

Now hold trip button and you should be able to adjust now...

You had reason, the button trip, changes the options of the computer of onboard, and also serves to adjust the clock
And the button of the odometer that used to adjust the clock, is now the trip

Thanks again
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

A question for the master patrique83
Before changing my speedometer, my VO, read from the ZFE module was:

K40_ # 0504 # 0000% 0969 * 0581 $ 383 $ 519 $ 710 $ 714 $ 7

After changing the speedometer for 2007, the VO code read from the same ZFE was:

K40_ # 0504 # 0000% 0969 * 0581 $ 383 $ 519 $ 710 $ 717 $ 922-R

I had not added anything or modified the VO, it was consequence of installing the new speedometer

The question is that , by reading my VO and the VO of other motorcycles I could deduce this:

173 -
377 -
380 -
383 - ABS
396 -
416 - ESA
519 - HEATING LEGS
530 -
539 - BOARD COMPUTER - BC
603 - ALARM - DWA
710 -
714 -
748 -

As we can know that function have the numbers of equipment that I could not identify: 173,377,380 ... etc

How can we identify them?
Is there a specific equipment list for motorcycles?


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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

another thing

This is an experience that I obtained when mounting the new speedometer

When mounting 2007, I wrote the blank FSW_PSW.MAN file by mistake

Ncsexpert I put the default values for my VIN and in doing so I lost the computer on board, staying alone with the trip
Luckily I had an original copy of the speedometer of 2007 and to rewrite it the option BC returned

the question:
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1 - if we set a speedometer with more options than the one that had the original motorcycle, it is better not to change the VIN or ZB number, leaving those of the donor bike?

2- or we change the VIN and the ZB number of our motorcycle, and we add the options that are missing to the VO
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Tagged for interest... Thanks for the information, this will be a very informative thread.
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

Hey Patrique Can you explain what this dark sorcery will do that the gs911 cannot in terms of everyday usage. Is there info loaded onto the bike that can be unlocked or settings that can be altered? I am unsure what use this software could be put to. (Which means I'm better off leaving it alone)
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

This is not the complete file..... I made it shorter.

C:\EDIABAS\daten\K24AT.000

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//E CTAD CT_ABS_ADVENT //nur K25_ADV mit CT-ABS 19.te I-Stufe
//E TFLA TAGF_LICHT_AUS //Funktion bei gesetztem Wort nicht aktiv
//E RL1B RUECK_LI_1_BIR //
//E DIHP RUECK_LI_FEHL //
//E ESAP ESA_POL //
//E ALGO TANK_ALGO //
//E ESAM //Entfall SAM-Ventil
//E BMKP BMKP_ERSATZ //Ersatzteilfall BMSK -> BMSKP
//E SH26 SH_NADSAD //Lieferant NADSAD für Sitzheizung bei K26
//E BATT BATT_ANZEIGE //Low Batt Anzeige
//E MKLR MIT_KL_R //fuer KBB-Variante mit KL_R nach PU07
//E 2DSZ KOMBI_2D //2D-Kombi (K29-HP) als Sonderzubehoer
//E TILT STURZ_SCHALTER //Sturzschalter K46
//E TANK BLAS_FORM_TANK //Neuer Tank für K26
//E FOLI FOLIENGEBER //Steuerung Foliengeber im Tank
//E 2OEL OELNIV //Steuerung Dreistufiger Oelniveausensor
//E HVDO HEBEL_VDO //Steuerung neues Hebelsystem von VDO
//E NMAX //Drehzahlbegrenzung
//E NHGA HEBELALGO_NEU //Neuer Hebelgeberalgorithmus
//E WPFV WPF_VORN //WP Federbein vorne
//E WPFH WPF_HINTEN //WP Federbein hinten
//E SIRI SIRIUS //Sirius-Empfängermodul
//E-Worte aus FA2FP K001 wg. K46
//E ALRM //Mehrfachalarm
//E BBEL //Sonderzubehör Bodenbeleuchtung
//E BTOP //Sonderzubehör Bremslicht Topcase
//E HBG2 //Helgeber 2
//E HIL1 //HIL1-test-UX
//E MAPS //MAPPS Tankgeber
//E T24L //24Liter-Tank
//H: historische Zeilen (keine PUSY-Relevanz, ehemalige Steuerungen <100)
H CTAD CT_ABS_ADVENT //nur K25_ADV mit CT-ABS 19.te I-Stufe
H TFLA TAGF_LICHT_AUS //Funktion bei gesetztem Wort nicht aktiv
H RL1B RUECK_LI_1_BIR //
H DIHP RUECK_LI_FEHL //
H CTBS CONTI_TEVES //ContiTeves ABS (andere Zähnezahlen)
H ESAP ESA_POL //
H LEDK LED_RUECK_K25 //
H ALGO TANK_ALGO //
//H ESAM //Entfall SAM-Ventil
H BMKP BMKP_ERSATZ //Ersatzteilfall BMSK -> BMSKP
H SH26 SH_NADSAD //Lieferant NADSAD für Sitzheizung bei K26
H BATT BATT_ANZEIGE //Low Batt Anzeige
H MKLR MIT_KL_R //fuer KBB-Variante mit KL_R nach PU07
H 2DSZ KOMBI_2D //2D-Kombi (K29-HP) als Sonderzubehoer
H TILT STURZ_SCHALTER //Sturzschalter K46
H TANK BLAS_FORM_TANK //Neuer Tank für K26
H FOLI FOLIENGEBER //Steuerung Foliengeber im Tank
H 2OEL OELNIV //Steuerung Dreistufiger Oelniveausensor
H HVDO HEBEL_VDO //Steuerung neues Hebelsystem von VDO
H NMAX //Drehzahlbegrenzung
H NHGA HEBELALGO_NEU //Neuer Hebelgeberalgorithmus
H WPFV WPF_VORN //WP Federbein vorne
H WPFH WPF_HINTEN //WP Federbein hinten
H SIRI SIRIUS //Sirius-Empfängermodul
//E-Worte aus FA2FP K001 wg. K46
H ALRM //Mehrfachalarm
H BBEL //Sonderzubehör Bodenbeleuchtung
H BTOP //Sonderzubehör Bremslicht Topcase
H HBG2 //Helgeber 2
H HIL1 //HIL1-test-UX
H MAPS //MAPPS Tankgeber
H T24L //24Liter-Tank
K LEST //Leistungssteigerung
K ESAH ESA_HALL //Nachrüstung ESA_Hall für Fahrzeuge vor #0806 im Ersatzteilfall für ESA_Poti
K LEDR LED_RUECKL //Nachrüstung LED Rückleuchter
//K ESAM //Entfall SAM-Ventil
K RACA RACE_CALIB //Race Calibration Kit
K RAPO RACE_POWER //Race Power Kit
K BT10 //Bluetooth-Nachrüstung
K T73U USTANK_K73_NEU //Tank K73 US neu
K S161 AUDIO_NEU //ab Audio SW 1.6.1
K ZSWP ZSW_PENNSYLV //Zusatzscheinwerfer Pennsylvania
K CBKD CB_DIAGNOSE //Custom Bike Diagnose
K WK27 WARNKONTAKT //Nachrüstung Foliengeberentfall K27MUE
K ABSP ABS_PRO //Nachruestung ABS_PRO
//

//SA/LA/PS-Zeilen
W 028 //Betriebsanleitung Thailaendisch
W 107 //Funkpruefung f. ABS
W 113 V0210 //BU Behörde USA
W 113 N0210 US_BEHOERDE //BU Behörde USA
W 114 //BU Cruising light Spanien
W 115 //Sondermodell Comfort R850R
W 116 //BU Klebeapplikation Minzgrün
W 117 //BU Klebeapplikation Schwarz
W 118 //BU Schriftzug Polizei hochr
W 119 //BU Schriftzug Police hochre
W 120 //BU Schriftzug Gandamerie hochre
W 121 //Klebeapl. Blau
W 122 //Blinkleuchte Kanada
W 123 //Motorsteuergerät Japan
W 124 //BU LED Blitzkennleuchte Blau
W 125 //BU LED Blitzkennleuchte Rot
W 126 //BU LED Rundumblitzkennleuchte Blau
W 127 //BU LED Rundumblitzkennleuchte Rot
W 128 SPORT_ABS //Race ABS
W 129 SPORT_ABS_ASC //Race ABS und DTC
W 130 //Koffer
W 131 //Dummy, Angleich an K46 BN2020
W 132 //Komfortsitzbank hoch
W 133 //Dummy, Angleich an K46 BN2020
W 134 //Dummy SA
W 135 KOMBISCHALTER //STEUERUNG BEDIENKONZEP
W 136 //Chris Pfeiffer Edition
W 137 LED_HECKL //LED-Heckleuchte
W 138 LED_SCHEINW //LED-Zusatzscheinwerfer
W 139 //Paket "Sondermodel 15 Jahre 4V GS" (SA140;SA179;SA562)
W 140 //Ventildeckelschutz
W 141 RADIO_OCE //SU Radio OCE
W 142 RADIO_JAP //SU Radio JAP
W 143 BLUETOOTH //Steuerung Bluetooth
W 144 //CA Classic
W 145 SPEICHENRAD //Speichenräder
W 146 //
W 147 //CKD
W 148 //Leistungsreduzierung für Japan
W 149 //
W 156 //Heizpaket
W 164 //Sitz Grau
W 165 //Sitz Bronzitbeige
W 170 //Sondermodell
W 171 //Tankcover/Heckseitenteil Grau
W 172 //Tankcover/Heckseitenteil Schwarz
W 173 SPORTRAD //SA Sportrad
W 174 //Sportfahrzeug
W 175 //Entfall Strassenradsatz
W 176 //Kurzer 1. Gang
W 177 //Schaltassistent
W 178 //Motorsteuergerät für die LA TAIWAN
W 179 //Windschild getoent
W 17A //Aluminiumtank 1
W 17B //Aluminiumtank 2
W 180 //Paket Classic
W 181 RACE_CALIB_KIT2 //HP Race Calibration Kit 2
W 182 DTC //DTC
W 183 RACE_POWER_KIT //HP Race Power Kit
W 184 RACE_CALIB_KIT //HP Race Calibration Kit
W 185 //Seriensitzbank
W 186 //Sondermodell II
W 187 //Performance.Kit
W 188 //Carbon Motorspoiler
W 189 //Carbon HP Umfänge
W 190 //
W 191 //
W 192 //
W 193 //
W 194 //HP Titan Abgasanlage, K46 SZ, nur Nachrüstung in der HO
W 195 //Motorsteuergeraet Brasilien
W 196 //Typ- und Hinweisschilder Russland
W 197 //
W 198 //Highline Paket
W 199 //Highline Paket Japan
W 200 //Sondermodell Black
W 202 TAGFAHRLICHT //Tagfahrlicht
W 203 //Dynamic Paket
W 204 //
W 205 //Highline Paket Asien
W 206 //K40 Dynamic
W 207 //K40 Dynamic Japan
W 208 //K40 HP
W 209 //K40 HP Japan
W 210 //Sondermodell Trophy
W 211 //K40 HP Asien
W 212 //
W 213 //
W 214 //Highline Paket Kanada
W 215 //Dynamic Paket Kanada
W 216 //Dynamic Paket Asien
W 217 //Sondermodell 90 Jahre
W 218 GELAENDE_ABS //Gelaendemodus ABS und ASC
W 219 //
W 220 //
W 221 //
W 222 //
W 223 //
W 224 FAHRMODI_PRO //Fahrmodi Pro
W 225 //
W 226 //Vorbereitung Trackingsystem
W 227 //
W 228 //
W 229 //Diebstahlschutzmassnahme
W 230 //
W 231 //
W 232 //
W 233 //
W 234 //
W 235 //Dynamik-Paket
W 236 //
W 237 //
W 238 //Dynamik-Paket 1
W 239 //
W 240 //
W 241 //
W 242 //
W 243 BU_FREISCHALT //BU Freischaltung elektr. Ausgänge
W 244 //
W 245 //Einzelsitz mit Funkkasten niedrig
W 246 //
W 247 //Typ- und Hinweisschild China
W 248 //
W 249 //
W 250 //Motorsteuergerät Asien
W 251 ASIEN //Umfang Asien - ECE
W 252 //Sitzbank Sport
W 253 //
W 254 //
W 255 //Sondermodell DarkWhite
W 256 //
W 257 //
W 258 //
W 259 //
W 260 //
W 261 //Highline Paket low seat Kanada
W 262 //Highline Paket low seat
W 263 //Highline Paket low seat Asien
W 264 //Highline Paket low seat Japan
W 265 //Vollentstoerung Digitalfunk
W 266 //Dummy SA
W 267 //Dummy SA
W 268 AUDIOPL //Audioplattform
W 269 //Vorbereitung Audioplattform
W 270 AUDIOPL_US //Audioplattform US
W 271 //
W 272 //
W 273 //
W 274 //Sondermodell III
W 275 //
W 276 //Designoption Raeder
W 277 //
W 278 //
W 279 //
W 280 //SU Betriebsanleitung dänisch
W 281 //SU Betriebsanleitung finnisch
W 282 //SU Betriebsanleitung griechisch
W 283 //SU Betreibsanleitung japanisch
W 284 //SU Betriebsanleitung polnisch
W 285 //SU Betriebsanleitung slowenisch
W 286 //SU Betriebsanleitung slowakisch
W 287 //SU Betriebsanleitung tschechisch
W 288 //SU Betriebsanleitung Rumänisch
W 289 //SU Betriebsanleitung Bulgarisch
W 28A //SU Betriebsanleitung Thailaendisch
W 290 //SU Betriebsanleitung Russisch
W 291 //SU Betriebsanleitung Koreanisch
W 292 //SU Betriebsanleitung Türkisch PN PX860_113 vom 05.03.12
W 293 //SU Betriebsanleitung Ungarisch PN PX860_1xx vom
W 298 //Sitzbank schwarz / weissgrau
W 299 //Typenschild Brasilien
W 300 //Typschild Indien PN PX860_116 vom 22.03.2012
W 301 //Typenschild Belgien
W 302 //Typenschild Frankreich
W 303 //Typenschild Italien
W 304 //Typenschild Australien
W 305 //Typenschild Spanien
W 306 //Typenschild Kanada
W 307 //Typenschild Oesterreich
W 308 //Typenschild Neuseeland
W 310 //Sicherheitspaket 2 (Classic)
W 311 //Seitenstrahler rot
W 313 //Kennzeichenadapter
W 317 //Halteriemen f. Sitzbank
W 318 //Spritzschutz vorn
W 319 //Codierung Kat. Ch
W 320 XENON //Xenonlicht
W 321 //Scheinwerfer Linksasymmetrisch
W 323 //Dauerlicht
W 324 //Seitenstrahler
W 325 SEITENSTRAHLER //Seitenstrahler
W 326 TACHO_MPH //Tachometer MPH
W 329 //HWS Verstellanweisung
W 330 //RDC_DWA //RDC und DWA
W 331 //Bleifreihinweis
W 334 //Geraeuschschild Australien
W 335 //Abgas und Geräuscheschild
W 337 //Shed Kraftstoffanlage
W 338 //Langzeitgefrierschutz
W 339 //Schalldämpfer geraeuschreduziert
W 340 //Kruemmer verchromt
W 346 //Geräuschreduzierung Sch
W 347 //Schadstoffreduzierung Sch
W 350 //Auspuffanlage verchromt
W 354 //SU Alternative Übersetzung
W 356 //SA Alternative Übersetzung
W 358 //SU Sondermodell
W 359 PA_BEHOERDE //BU Behoerdenpaket
W 360 //Sondermodell R1150RT SAP
W 362 //Gleitrohrblende
W 363 //Cockpit Behoerde
W 364 //PA Behoerdenauftrag GE
W 365 TACHO_KMH //Tachometer KMH
W 366 //SU Verstärkungsblech
W 368 //Bereifung ohne Dunlop
W 369 BEHOERDE //Borddaten(Behoerden)-Abweichung zur Serie
W 370 TANK_US //Kraftstoffbehaelter US
W 371 //ABS III
W 372 //Instr.-Kombi KMH BF
W 373 //Frequenzkonverter für Radio
W 376 RADIO_US //Radio US
W 377 //HWS Bereitschaftsdienst
W 380 //Betriebsanleitung Deutsch
W 381 //Betriebsanleitung Englisch
W 382 //Betriebsanleitung Franzoesisch
W 383 //Betriebsanleitung Spanisch
W 384 //Betriebsanleitung Italienisch
W 385 //Betriebsanleitung Schwedisch
W 386 //Betriebsanleitung Niederlaendisch
W 387 //Betriebsanleitung Chinesisch
W 388 //Betriebsanleitung Japanisch
W 389 //Betriebsanleitung Portugiesisch
W 390 //Betriebsanleitung Brasilianisch-Portugiesisch
W 391 //Haendlerverzeichis Uebersee
W 392 //SU ohne Zusatzscheinwerfer
W 393 //SU Sondermodell
W 394 //Halter Motorrad-Navigator
W 395 RADIO_ECE //SU radio ECE
W 396 //Mehrwegverpackung Inland
W 397 //Sonderverpackung Uebersee
W 401 //ABS Teilintegral
W 402 //SA Rückenlehne
W 403 //BU Helmanschluss für Sprachdurchsageanl.
W 404 //BU Antenne 380 MHz
W 405 //SU Halbverkleidung
W 406 //SA Gussraeder
W 407 //BU City systemkoffer Fernbl
W 410 //BU City systemkoffer Titans
W 411 //SA Beifahrersitz
W 412 //Seitenstrahler VO/GE
W 413 //Soziuspaket
W 415 //ABS Vollintegral
W 416 ESA //Elektr. Suspension Adjustment
W 417 //Dummy SA
W 418 //Dummy, Angleich an K46 BN2020
W 419 //Seitenteil grau
W 420 //Seitenteil schwarz
W 423 //PA Zweitfarblackierung
W 424 //PA Sondermodell K44TÜ
W 425 //PA Sondermodell Boxer
W 426 //PA Sondermodell Boxer
W 427 //PA Sondermodell
W 428 //PA Sondermodell
W 429 //PA Tourenpaket
W 430 //Sicherheitspaket
W 431 //Ausstattungspaket 1
W 432 //Ausstattungspaket 2
W 433 //Ausstattungspaket 3
W 434 //SA-Paket 4
W 435 //SA-Paket 5
W 436 //SA-Paket 1 Asien
W 437 //SA-Paket 2 Asien
W 438 //SA-Paket 1 Kanada
W 439 //SA-Paket 2 Kanada
W 440 ABS_ABSCH //SU ABS abschaltbar für Fahrsc.
W 441 //BU Rundumkennleuchte blau
W 442 //BU Rundumkennleuchte rot
W 443 //BU LED Blitzleuchte Gelb-Blau
W 445 //Dummy, Angleich an K46 BN2020
W 450 //Paket Touring Spezial ECE
W 460 //Paket Touring Spezial US
W 461 //Vollentstörung
W 464 //BU Blitzkennleuchte blau
W 465 //BU Blitzkennleuchte rot
W 466 //BU Rundumblitzkennleuchte blau
W 467 //BU Rundumblitzkennleuchte rot
W 470 //Paket Touring Spezial Canada (nur für ECE-Typschlüssel)
W 475 //PA Sondermodell 25 Jah
W 480 //Paket TouringSPezial Asien (nur für US-Typschlüssel)
W 481 //BU Kennleuchte blau
W 482 //BU Kennleuchte rot
W 486 BU_SIRENE_EL //BU Sirene elektronisch
W 490 //LCI MJ 2012 K25TÜ
W 493 BU_TONSIGNAL_EL //BU Tonsignalanlage elektronisch
W 494 //BU Vorb. tonsignalanlage Fra.
W 496 //SA Softtouch Sitzbank
W 499 //Tieferlegung
W 500 //Sitzbank schwarz mit GS-Prägung
W 502 BEHOERDE_KMH //BU Tachometer KMH Behoerde
W 504 BEHOERDE_MPH //BU Tachometer MPH Behoerde
W 509 //Staerkere Stromversorgung
W 510 OELWARNER //Oelstandswarner
W 517 //Schaumstoffgriffe
W 518 SITZHEIZUNG //Sitzheizung
W 519 GRIFFHEIZUNG //Heizgriffe
W 520 ENTFALL_MEILEN //Entfall Meilentacho
W 521 //BU Anhaltesignalgeber -Bitte Folgen-
W 522 //WARNBLINCKER //SA Warnblickanlage
W 523 //BU Antenne 4M-Band
W 524 E_ABS //ABS elektronisch
W 525 //ohne ABS elektronisch
W 527 //PA Individuelle Ergono
W 528 //PA Individuelle Ergono
W 530 RDC //RDC
W 531 //Dummy
W 532 //BU Drehgriffbremse
W 533 //Vollverkleidung m. Gleitr
W 534 //Vollverkleidung
W 535 //Zusatzinstrumente
W 536 //BU Zusatzlüfter
W 537 BU_ZUSATZBAT //BU Zusatzbatterie
W 538 TEMPOMAT //Cruise-Control
W 539 BC_BASIS //Bordcomputer
W 540 RADIO //Radio mit CD-Laufwerk, vorerst nur für K26
W 541 //Fahrwerk SW
W 544 //BU Verstärkte Federung
W 546 //SA Tourenfederung
W 547 //SA Sportfederung
W 550 //Dummy, Angleich an K46 BN2020
W 552 //SA Windschild niederig
W 553 //SA Windschild hoch
W 555 //SA ohne Windschild
W 557 //PA Sondermodell Arktis
W 558 //SA Windschild Facelift
W 559 //SA Windschild elektr. verstellbar
W 560 //Cockpitverkleidung
W 562 //Zusatzscheinwerfer
W 563 //SA Doppelhorn
W 564 //PA Asien-Paket
W 565 //Motorspoiler schwarz
W 566 //Motorspoiler silber
W 567 //PA Sondermodell 75 Jah
W 568 //SA Antriebsstrang SW
W 569 //PA Sondermodell 75 Jah
W 570 BU_LICHT_ABSCH //BU Lichtausschaltung
W 573 BU_NEBEL //BU Nebelschlussleuchte
W 577 //PA Avantgarde
W 578 //PA Avantgarde
W 579 //PA Ausstaattungspaket
W 580 //Motorspoiler
W 581 //Abgasrueckfuehrung SLS
W 582 //SA katalysator geregelt
W 583 //SA ohne katalysator geregelt
W 585 ALTERN_UEBERS //SU Alternative Übersetzung / Entfall zu 10/07
W 588 //Blinker weiss
W 589 //Handschutz
W 590 LED_BLINKER //LED-Blinkleuchte
W 592 //SA Avantgarde
W 593 //Lenker Avantgarde
W 594 //BU Anhaltesignalgeber -Stop Policia-
W 595 //SA Chrompaket
W 596 //BU Anhaltesignalgeber -Stop Polizei-
W 597 //BU Anhaltesignalgeber -Stop Police-
W 598 //BU Anhaltesignalgeber -Politie Volgen-
W 599 //BU Sprachdurchsageanlage
W 5A1 //Side View Assistent
W 5AA //Rueckfahrhilfe
W 5AB //Steuerung Bremslicht
W 5AC //ABS-Pro
W 600 //Dummy, Angleich an K46 BN2020
W 602 //SA Soziussitzabdeckung
W 603 DWA //Diebstahlwarnanlage
W 604 //SA Lenker Police
W 605 //... Versorgungsleitung
W 610 //Sitz hoch
W 611 //SA lenker hochgezogen
W 613 //SU verstellenker
W 615 //... Heizgriffe m. Verstellenk.
W 617 //SA Zusatz-Hochtonlautsprech.
W 619 //SA lenker easy rider
W 620 //SA Lenkungsdaempfer
W 621 //SA Windschild glarklar
W 623 //SU verstellwindschild mech.
W 625 //BU Schriftzug Polizei sw
W 626 //BU Schriftzug Police
W 627 //BU schriftzug Polizei
W 628 //BU Schriftzug Gendarmerie
W 630 I_ABS_2 //Integrall ABS || (2)
W 631 ENDURO //SA Endurogetriebe
W 633 //Gelaendebereifung
W 634 //T35L //Tank Gross
W 636 //Kippstaender, Hauptständer
W 637 //Leder-Ausstattung
W 639 NORMALBENZIN //SA Normalbenzin Bleifrei
W 640 //Sondermodell 30 Jahre GS
W 642 //Einzelsitz m. Funktasten
W 645 I_ABS //ABS Integral
W 646 V0812 OHNE_ABS //Ohne ABS Integral SA-Entfall zu 01.08.2012, PN PX860_109 vom 15.02.2012
W 647 //SA Sportgetriebe
W 648 //Overdrivegetriebe
W 649 //Dummy, Angleich an K46 BN2020
W 650 AUTOSC //ASC
W 651 //SA Spritzschutz hinten
W 652 //Alu Rohrlenker
W 655 //Dummy, Angleich an K46 BN2020
W 659 //SA Spritzschutz hinten gross
W 660 //BU Koffer für Sonderfahrzeuge LA
W 661 //SA gepäckablage m. Kofferhalt.
W 662 //BU Halter f. feuerlöscher
W 663 //SA City systemkoffer WS
W 664 //SA City Systemkoffer SW
W 665 //Gepaeck-Bruecke
W 666 //BU Feuerloescher mit Halter
W 667 //SA City Systemkoffer Blanco
W 668 //Schwarzteile
W 669 //BU Schutzbuegel vorn für Behoerde
W 670 //Räder Sonderfarbe
W 672 //BU Schutzbügel vorn f. Behörde
W 673 //SA Schutzbuegel Vorn
W 674 //BU Schutzbügel hinten
W 679 //SU ohne Koffer
W 680 //SA Kofferhalterf. Alukoffer
W 681 //Kofferhalter
W 682 //BU kofferhalter Li/Re behoerde
W 684 //ABS elektronisch Evo
W 687 //BU ohne Koffer und Halter
W 689 //BU ohne Koffer und Halter
W 690 //SA Topcase Halter
W 691 //SA ohne Sponsorenaufkleber
W 696 //Topcase groß mit Deckel in Karosseriefarbe inkl. Schielßzylinder in Gleichschließung
W 6AA //Dumme wg. K001
W 6AB //Dumme wg. K001
W 6AC //Intelligenter Notruf
W 6AE //Teleservices, Dummy aus K001
W 700 //SA Topcasetraeger für Alukoffer
W 701 //SA Leistungsreduzierung 1,5
W 703 //Leistungsreduzierung 79 KW
W 708 //SA ohne Vorbereitung Radio
W 710 //Sonderkontrolle F.Testmasch.Export
W 711 //SA ohne Kreuzspeichenraeder
W 712 //Radio
W 713 //Dummy, Angleich an K46 BN2020
W 714 //Sonderkontrolle F Fotomaschinen
W 715 //Sonderkontrolle F Testmaschinen
W 716 //Neues Model
W 717 //Termingebundenes Fahrzeug
W 718 //Fahrzeug fahrfertig Ab Werk Berlin
W 719 //Abweichung von Serienstand
W 720 //Leistungsreduzierung 72 KW
W 723 //SA breitband lautsprecher
W 725 //Vorbereitung Radio-Einbau m. Lautsprecher
W 726 //SA Vorbereitung radioeinbau
W 727 //Entstoerung f. Radio
//*****************************LA, TAIS-Kennung Y*************************************************
W 730 SINGAPUR //Singapur-Ausfuehrung
W 731 //Schweiz-Ausfuehrung
W 732 KANADA //Kanada-Ausfuehrung
W 733 //Neuseeland-Ausfuehrung
W 734 AUSTRALIEN //Australien-Ausfuehrung
W 735 //Finnland-Ausfuehrung
W 736 ENGLAND //England-Ausfuehrung
W 737 //Belgien-Ausfuehrung
W 738 //Commonwealth-Ausfuehrung
W 739 V0616 //Brasilien-Ausfuehrung
W 739 N0616 BRASILIEN //Brasilien-Ausfuehrung
W 740 ARGENTINIEN //Argentinien-Ausfuehrung
W 741 V0810 //Frankreich-Ausfuehrung
W 741 N0810 FRANKREICH //Frankreich-Ausfuehrung
W 742 JAPAN //Japan-Ausfuehrung
W 743 //Oesterreich-Ausfuehrung
W 745 //Italien-Ausfuehrung
W 746 //Spanien,Kanaren-Ausfuehrung
W 747 //Irland-Ausfuehrung
W 748 //Inland-Ausfuehrung
W 750 TAIWAN //Taiwan-Ausfuehrung
W 751 //Verstellsitzbank anthrazit
W 752 //SA Doppelbank anthrazit
W 753 //SU verstellsitzbank
W 754 //Verstellsitzbank SW
W 755 //Sitzbank Standardhöhe, Standardpolster
W 760 THAILAND //Thailand-Ausfuehrung
//************************************************************ ******************
W 761 //SA Ausstattung Canyonbraun
W 762 //SA Ausstattung Schwarz
W 763 //NAVIGATION //Navigation
W 764 //Steckdose
W 765 //Doppelsteckdose
W 766 //Komfort-Beifahrersitz
W 769 //Vorbereitung Radioeinbau
W 770 V0810 //China-Ausfuehrung
W 770 N0810 CHINA //China-Ausfuehrung
W 771 //Kreuzspeichenrad
W 772 //.. Kreuzspeichenraeder f. ab
W 773 //Sitz schwarz
W 774 //Doppelsitzbank niedrig
W 775 //SA Komfortsitz
W 776 //Fahrersitz niedrig
W 778 //SA Doppelstecksitzbank hoch
W 779 //SA breitreifen
W 782 //SA Bereifung Continent +
W 783 //Bereifung Metzeler
W 785 //Bereifung Bridgestone
W 786 //Bereifung Pirelli
W 787 //Dummy, Angleich an K46 BN2020
W 788 //Bereifung Michelin
W 789 //Bereifung Dunlop
W 790 //SA Rad Dynamic
W 792 //Dummy SA
W 797 //SA Verstellsitzbank rot
W 798 //SA Sitz Sepia
W 800 //Leistungsreduzierung 35 kW
W 801 //Leistungsreduzierung 25 kW
W 850 TAIWAN_BEH //Taiwan-Behördenausfuehrung
W 851 //LA Russland
W 852 //LA Indien PN PX860_116 vom 22.03.2012
W 861 //Chris Pfeiffer Edition PA ECE mit mit X590A
W 862 //Chris Pfeiffer Edition PA Kanada mit X588A
W 863 JAPAN //Japan für Sondermodell K44TÜ
W 877 //Funkvorbereitung
W 894 //Sicherheitspaket 1
W 896 //Sicherheitspaket 3
W 8L3 SA_KOREA //Laendersteuerung 00228
W 8LJ //Laendersteuerung 00244
W 901 //Anlaufunterstuetzung FB
W 902 //Anlaufunterstuetzung BG1
W 903 //Anlaufunterstuetzung BG2
W 904 //Anlaufunterstuetzung VS Pulk2
W 905 //Anlaufunterstuetzung VS Pulk3
W 906 //Anlaufunterstuetzung VS DE
W 907 //Anlaufunterstuetzung VS Pulk4
W 908 //Sonderbauteile für Funktionsbau oder Prozessserie
W 909 //Anlaufunterstuetzung Prozesserie
W 910 //Anlaufunterstuetzung
W 990 //Steuerung Anlaufserie
W 991 //Steuerung Vorserie
W 992 //Steuerung Haendlererstausstattung
W 993 //EU-1
W 994 //Erweiterung Serienumfang
W 995 //Erweiterung SA-Umfang
W 997 //Auftragssteuerung
W 998 //Steuerung Sonderfahrzeuge/ Behoerdensteuerung
W 9C6 //CKD Montage Thailand
W 9C8 CKD_BRASILIEN //CKD Montage Brasilien
//
W XA1 //SABI LED Blitzkennleuchten links rot / rechts blau
W XAA //BU Halter Funkbedienteil
W XAB //BU Halter Heckanbau universal

W 0131 K18 K24 K1X ECE //K18 ECE Big Scooter Sport 0,65cc R11900 12/11 - 08/15
W 0132 K18 K24 K1X US //K18 US Big Scooter Sport US 0,65cc R11900 12/11 - 08/15
W 0133 K19 K24 K1X ECE //K19 ECE Big Scooter Touring 0,65cc R11900 12/11 - 08/15
W 0134 K19 K24 K1X US //K19 US Big Scooter Touring US 0,65cc R11900 12/11 - 08/15
W 0307 K25 K24 K2X ECE K25_BASIS //K25 R1200GS 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 11/03 - 10/07
W 0317 K25 K24 K2X US LED_US K25_BASIS //K25 R1200GS 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 01/04 - 10/07
W 0303 K25 K24 K2X ECE K25_MUE K25MUE //K25 11 R1200GS 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 10/07 - 09/09
W 0313 K25 K24 K2X US LED_US K25_MUE K25MUE //K25 11 R1200GS 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 10/07 - 09/09
W 0450 K25 K24 K2X ECE K25_TUE TUE //K25 31 R1200GS 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 10/09 - 08/12
W 0460 K25 K24 K2X US K25_TUE TUE //K25 31 R1200GS 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 10/09 - 08/12
W 0382 K25 K24 K2X ECE ADV K25_ADV_BASIS //K25 02 Adventure R1200GS 2-Zyl 1,17 R25978 01/06 - 10/07
W 0397 K25 K24 K2X US LED_US ADV K25_ADV_BASIS //K25 02 Adventure R1200GS 2-Zyl 1,17 R25978 01/06 - 10/07
W 0380 K25 K24 K2X ECE ADV K25_ADV_MUE K25MUE //K25 12 Adventure R1200GS 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 10/07 - 09/09
W 0390 K25 K24 K2X US LED_US ADV K25_ADV_MUE K25MUE //K25 12 Adventure R1200GS 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 10/07 - 10/09
W 0470 V0812 K25 K24 K2X ECE ADV K25_ADV_TUE TUE //K25 32 Adventure R1200GS 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 10/09 - 08/13
W 0470 N0812 K25 K24 K2X ECE ADV K25_ADV_TUE TUE I_ABS_2 //K25 32 Adventure R1200GS 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 10/09 - 08/13
W 0480 V0812 K25 K24 K2X US ADV K25_ADV_TUE TUE //K25 32 Adventure R1200GS 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 10/09 - 08/13
W 0480 N0812 K25 K24 K2X US ADV K25_ADV_TUE TUE I_ABS_2 //K25 32 Adventure R1200GS 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 10/09 - 08/13
W 0369 K25 K24 K2X ECE HP //K25 HP R1200GS 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 07/05 - 10/07
W 0389 K25 K24 K2X US HP //K25 HP R1200GS 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 08/05 - 10/07
W 0310 K25 K24 K2X ECE MM //K25 03 MegaMoto R1200 R25900 05/07 - 07/10
W 0320 K25 K24 K2X US MM //K25 03 MegaMoto R1200 R25900 05/07 - 07/10
//
W 0367 V0806 K26 K24 K2X ECE K26_BASIS I_ABS //K26 02 R900RT 2-Zyl 0,9 R25900 05/06 - 12/09
W 0367 N0806 K26 K24 K2X ECE K26_BASIS I_ABS_2 //K26 02 R900RT 2-Zyl 0,9 R25900 05/06 - 12/09
W 0368 V0806 K26 K24 K2X ECE K26_BASIS I_ABS //K26 R1200RT 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 10/04 - 12/09
W 0368 N0806 K26 K24 K2X ECE K26_BASIS I_ABS_2 //K26 R1200RT 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 10/04 - 12/09
W 0387 V0806 K26 K24 K2X US K26_BASIS I_ABS //K26 02 R900RT 2-Zyl 0,9 R25900 05/06 - 12/09
W 0387 N0806 K26 K24 K2X US K26_BASIS I_ABS_2 //K26 02 R900RT 2-Zyl 0,9 R25900 05/06 - 12/09
W 0388 V0806 K26 K24 K2X US K26_BASIS I_ABS //K26 R1200RT 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 12/04 - 12/09
W 0388 N0806 K26 K24 K2X US K26_BASIS I_ABS_2 //K26 R1200RT 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 12/04 - 12/09
W 0430 K26 K24 K2X ECE K26_MUE I_ABS_2 //K26 11 R1200RT 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 11/09 - 06/14
W 0440 K26 K24 K2X US K26_MUE I_ABS_2 //K26 11 R1200RT 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 11/09 - 06/14
W 0330 K26 K24 K2X ECE K26_MUE I_ABS_2 SF //K26 11 SF R900RT 2-Zyl 0,9 R25900 02/10 - 12/13
W 0340 K26 K24 K2X US K26_MUE I_ABS_2 SF //K26 11 SF R900RT 2-Zyl 0,9 R25900 02/10 - 12/13

W 0378 K27 K24 K2X ECE K2X_48 //K27 R1200R 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 07/06 - 10/10
W 0398 K27 K24 K2X US K2X_48 //K27 R1200R 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 07/06 - 10/10
W 0400 V0812 K27 K24 K2X ECE K2X_48 K27_MUE //K27/11 MUE R1200R 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 12/10 - 08/14
W 0400 N0812 K27 K24 K2X ECE K2X_48 K27_MUE I_ABS_2 //K27/11 MUE R1200R 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 12/10 - 08/14
W 0490 V0812 K27 K24 K2X US K2X_48 K27_MUE //K27/11 MUE R1200R 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 12/10 - 08/14
W 0490 N0812 K27 K24 K2X US K2X_48 K27_MUE I_ABS_2 //K27/11 MUE R1200R 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 12/10 - 08/14
//
W 0328 K28 K24 K2X ECE //K28 R1200RS 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 12/04 - 12/07
W 0338 K28 K24 K2X US //K28 R1200RS 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 12/04 - 07/07
//
W 0366 K29 K24 K2X ECE K2X_48 //K29 R1200S 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 03/06 - 02/08
W 0396 K29 K24 K2X US K2X_48 //K29 R1200S 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 03/06 - 02/08
W 0458 K29 K24 K2X ECE K2X_48 HP //K29 HP HP2RS 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 01/08 - 07/10
W 0468 K29 K24 K2X US K2X_48 HP //K29 HP HP2RS 2-Zyl 1,17 R25900 01/08 - 07/10
//
W 0581 V0806 K40 K24 K4X ECE K40_BASIS I_ABS //K40 K1200S 4-Zyl 1,15 R59900 06/04 - 09/08
W 0581 N0806 K40 K24 K4X ECE K40_BASIS I_ABS_2 //K40 K1200S 4-Zyl 1,15 R59900 06/04 - 09/08
W 0591 V0806 K40 K24 K4X US K40_BASIS I_ABS //K40 K1200S 4-Zyl 1,15 US R59900 07/04 - 09/08
W 0591 N0806 K40 K24 K4X US K40_BASIS I_ABS_2 //K40 K1200S 4-Zyl 1,15 US R59900 07/04 - 09/08
W 0508 K40 K24 K4X ECE K40_MUE I_ABS_2 K4X_MUE //K40 11 K1300S 4-Zyl 1,15 R59900 10/08 - 12/15
W 0509 K40 K24 K4X US K40_MUE I_ABS_2 K4X_MUE //K40 11 K1300S 4-Zyl 1,15 R59900 10/08 - 12/15
//
W 0D01 K42 K24 K4X ECE SPORT_ABS_ASC //K42 HP4 4-Zyl R41900 06/12 - 07/14
W 0D11 K42 K24 K4X US SPORT_ABS_ASC //K42 HP4 4-Zyl R41900 06/12 - 07/14
//
W 0584 K43 K24 K4X ECE K43_BASIS //K43 K1200R 4-Zyl 1,15 R59900 03/05 - 09/08
W 0594 K43 K24 K4X US K43_BASIS //K43 K1200R 4-Zyl 1,15 US R59900 03/05 - 09/08
W 0585 K43 K24 K4X ECE K43_HV HV //K43 HV K1200R 4-Zyl 1,16 R59900 10/06 - 09/08
W 0595 K43 K24 K4X US K43_HV HV //K43 HV K1200R 4-Zyl 1,16 R59900 10/06 - 09/08
W 0518 V0812 K43 K24 K4X ECE K43_MUE K4X_MUE //K43 11 K1300R 4-Zyl 1,15 R59900 10/08 - 12/15
W 0518 N0812 K43 K24 K4X ECE K43_MUE I_ABS_2 K4X_MUE //K43 11 K1300R 4-Zyl 1,15 R59900 10/08 - 12/15
W 0519 V0812 K43 K24 K4X US K43_MUE K4X_MUE //K43 11 K1300R 4-Zyl 1,15 R59900 10/08 - 12/15
W 0519 N0812 K43 K24 K4X US K43_MUE I_ABS_2 K4X_MUE //K43 11 K1300R 4-Zyl 1,15 R59900 10/08 - 12/15
//
W 0587 V0806 K44 K24 K4X ECE K44_BASIS I_ABS //K44 K1200GT 4-Zyl 1,16 R59900 01/06 - 10/08
W 0587 N0806 K44 K24 K4X ECE K44_BASIS I_ABS_2 //K44 K1200GT 4-Zyl 1,16 R59900 01/06 - 10/08
W 0597 V0806 K44 K24 K4X US K44_BASIS I_ABS //K44 K1200GT 4-Zyl 1,16 US R59900 01/06 - 10/08
W 0597 N0806 K44 K24 K4X US K44_BASIS I_ABS_2 //K44 K1200GT 4-Zyl 1,16 US R59900 01/06 - 10/08
W 0538 K44 K24 K4X ECE K44_TUE I_ABS_2 //K44 31 K1300GT 4-Zyl 1,16 R59900 11/08 - 11/10
W 0539 K44 K24 K4X US K44_TUE I_ABS_2 //K44 31 K1300GT 4-Zyl 1,16 R59900 11/08 - 11/10
//
W 0507 K46 K24 K4X ECE //K46 S1000RR 4-Zyl 0,99 R41900 09/09 - 08/11
W 0517 K46 K24 K4X US //K46 S1000RR 4-Zyl 0,99 R41900 10/09 - 08/11
W 0524 V0812 K46 K24 K4X ECE K46_MUE //K46 MÜ S1000RR 4-Zyl 0,99 R41900 09/11 - 08/14
W 0524 N0812 K46 K24 K4X ECE K46_MUE SPORT_ABS //K46 MÜ S1000RR 4-Zyl 0,99 R41900 09/11 - 08/14
W 0534 V0812 K46 K24 K4X US K46_MUE //K46 MÜ S1000RR 4-Zyl 0,99 R41900 09/11 - 08/14
W 0534 N0812 K46 K24 K4X US K46_MUE SPORT_ABS //K46 MÜ S1000RR 4-Zyl 0,99 R41900 09/11 - 08/14
//
W 0216 K71 K24 K7X ECE K7X_BASIS //K71 F800S 2-Zyl 0,8 R21900 03/06 - 07/10
W 0226 K71 K24 K7X US LED_US K7X_BASIS //K71 F800S 2-Zyl 0,8 R21900 08/06 - 07/10
W 0234 K71 K24 K7X ECE K7X_BASIS //K71 F800ST 2-Zyl 0,8 R21900 05/06 - 07/12
W 0244 K71 K24 K7X US LED_US K7X_BASIS //K71 F800ST 2-Zyl 0,8 R21900 08/06 - 07/12
//
W 0218 K72 K24 K7X ECE K7X_BASIS CC_650 //K72 F650GS 2-Zyl 0,79 R21900 11/07 - 05/12
W 0228 K72 K24 K7X US K7X_BASIS CC_650 //K72 F650GS 2-Zyl 0,79 R21900 01/08 - 05/12
W 0219 K72 K24 K7X ECE K7X_BASIS //K72 F800GS 2-Zyl 0,79 R21900 11/07 - 05/12
W 0225 K72 K24 K7X ECE CKD_BRASILIEN K7X_BASIS //K72 F800GS 2-Zyl 0,79 CKD Brasilien R21900 12/10 - 12/12
W 0229 K72 K24 K7X US K7X_BASIS //K72 F800GS 2-Zyl 0,79 R21900 01/08 - 05/12
//

W 0217 V0812 K73 K24 K7X ECE K7X_BASIS //K73 F800R 2-Zyl 0,80 R21900 03/09 - 09/14
W 0217 N0812 K73 K24 K7X ECE K7X_BASIS E_ABS //K73 F800R 2-Zyl 0,80 R21900 03/09 - 09/14
W 0215 V0812 K73 K24 K7X ECE CKD_BRASILIEN K7X_BASIS //K73 F800R 2-Zyl 0,80 CKD Brasilien R21900 10/10 - 12/14
W 0215 N0812 K73 K24 K7X ECE CKD_BRASILIEN K7X_BASIS E_ABS //K73 F800R 2-Zyl 0,80 CKD Brasilien R21900 10/10 - 12/14
W 0224 K73 K24 K7X ECE K7X_BASIS E_ABS //K73 F800R 2-Zyl 0,80 CKD Thailand R21900 09/13 - 03/15
W 0227 V0812 K73 K24 K7X US LED_US K7X_BASIS //K73 F800R 2-Zyl 0,80 R21900 03/09 - 09/14
W 0227 N0812 K73 K24 K7X US LED_US K7X_BASIS E_ABS //K73 F800R 2-Zyl 0,80 R21900 03/09 - 09/14
//-------------------- ---------------
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

The FA (build order) is stored in the ZFE and Instrument.

If you read the coding with NCSExpert from the new Instrument, and then change to the ZFE it will write the FA from the instrument into the ZFE.

You have to read the FA from ZFE first and then work on the Instrument.

FSW_PSW data (settings.... aktiv nicht_aktiv) is always stored in the module.

The FA only tells the other modules what this bike is.
The settings (coding) in the module (ZFE, Instrument) turn the Board computer on or off.
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

Patrique, thank goodness we have you
If not .... we would die in ignorance

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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

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Originally Posted by Capt Howdy
Hey Patrique Can you explain what this dark sorcery will do that the gs911 cannot in terms of everyday usage. Is there info loaded onto the bike that can be unlocked or settings that can be altered? I am unsure what use this software could be put to. (Which means I'm better off leaving it alone)

I have only seen/used the GS911 once and its a neat tool.
The features of the GS911 are based on the software i am using.
For the everyday user, it is perfect to do their own maintenance and reset the Service interval etc.

The software that i am using is from BMW.
It obviously has all the functions that the GS911 has,
but can go deeper into modules beside setting the service etc.
ToolSet32 is not used by the dealers, because it is too complicated and
mostly in german. It lets you rewrite the VIN numbers and change the odometer along with changing the module usage setting. As an example, the ABS from a K1300r/s is the same for a R1200GS. But the module now needs to know that the bikes weight and wheel circumference has changed. It also lets you diagnose
the engine running parameters (if you have a bad coil for example).

For everyday use its not feasable..... but once you know how it works, its in my opponion 100x better then the GS911.
And the whole setup including software cost me $60 compared to $$$ for a GS911.
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Another difficult question

Imagine that my BSMK module is broken

Luckily I have the VIN, VO and ZB number of that module
I bought a second-hand BSMKP module (the BSMK are obsolete)

I enter my VIN, my VO and the ZB number in the BSMKP using ncsexpert
As explained more or less in some manual

Patrique, would you use ncsexpert to do that or the tools32?



And here comes the important question ...

You can make a copy of the coding of my keys to pass it also to the new BSMKP
So we would avoid paying at a BMW dealer
And having to take the bike on a crane there
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You need to use both programms.

NcsExpert to rewrite the FA and add +BMKP to all modules.
Because your bike is build before BMSKP was available.

ToolSet32 to configure the EWS inside the BMSKP with the new keys.
You need to know the identification code from each key and write the data into the BMSKP.

The variant coding also needs to be set, so that the BMSKP knows that its
installed in a K1200s not a K1300 or a R1200GS.

I have never changed a BMSK to BMSKP, so i don't have any experience in that..... yet.
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Thank you for answering so quickly...
I will continue to abuse your knowledge



another question

The VO code of my previous Kombi is:

K40_ # 0504 # 0000% 0969 * 0581 $ 383 $ 519 $ 710 $ 714 $ 7

And the code VO of the new Kombi is:

K40_ # 0207 # 0000% 0716 * 0581 $ 377 $ 380 $ 519 $ 530 $ 539 $ 748


Here are two questions:

1- Which would be the correct procedure to change the VO of the Kombi
Because I have manuals that explain how to add new equipment in the VO, but they do not explain how to remove one

2 - I also see that there are values at the beginning that are not equal

0504 by 0207
0969 by 0716

Should change them too, or it does not matter if we leave them like this

I say it because as it is now the new Kombi, with the VIN, VO and ZB Number of the donor bike, everything works well

It deserves the effort to change all values and add the BC function to the VO of my motorcycle to work as it does now, but with all the data as they should be if the Kombi was the original
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The FA (build order) is stored in the ZFE and Instrument.

If you read the coding with NCSExpert from the new Instrument, and then change to the ZFE it will write the FA from the instrument into the ZFE.

You have to read the FA from ZFE first and then work on the Instrument.

FSW_PSW data (settings.... aktiv nicht_aktiv) is always stored in the module.

The FA only tells the other modules what this bike is.
The settings (coding) in the module (ZFE, Instrument) turn the Board computer on or off.

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Welshman: At line 457....

#0504 is April 5 2004
#0207 is February 2 2007

That is the date when the FA was written. It is not the date of manufacture of the bike. That information you can only get from BMW.

# 0969 # 0716 i don't know....

To change FA items i think its easier to connect to your computer again so i can show you.
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Welshman: At line 457....

#0504 is April 5 2004
#0207 is February 2 2007

That is the date when the FA was written. It is not the date of manufacture of the bike. That information you can only get from BMW.

# 0969 # 0716 i don't know....

To change FA items i think its easier to connect to your computer again so i can show you.

Ok, I'm going to study the manuals to learn some concepts and use some of these programs

When this ready, I'll let you know and we'll stay for another session on-line on my pc

Thanks to you, I have learned more this week than in the last months
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patrique , another question...
I am preparing the video to explain how to rectify the kilometers of speedometer (to upload them)
in tools32, I get an error in FS_LESEN

E R R O R M E M O R Y
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Date: 25.06.2017 15:45:01
ECU: MRKOMBI
JobStatus: OKAY
Variant: MRKOMBI
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RESULT: 1 error in error memory !
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9309 Bordnetz Unterspannung

Signal oder Wert unterhalb Schwelle
Testbedingungen erfüllt
Fehler momentan nicht vorhanden, aber bereits gespeichert
Fehler würde kein Aufleuchten einer Warnlampe verursachen

Error code: 93 09 22
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I imagine it will be because the bike ran out of battery the other day
How do I clear the speedometer error?
Using the FS_LOESCHEN function, in MRKOMBI?
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Yes.... battery power low.

Yes.... FS_LÖSCHEN to delete the error.

There should be the same error in ZFE.
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3So how does that tire pressure system work and what pieces do you need for it to function? Is it a tire pressure monitoring system? Also what is a BM SK?

By the way the oil tank for the k1200s from 06 on is the same as the oil tank for the k1300s.... part number is identical. That tells me that maybe I have a sensor but it's just not hooked up. If you look at a picture of the oil tank there is a wire harness coming off of what looks like a sensor. I don't know if that's the sensor for the oil level or not.


You need 2 RDC sensors (one for each wheel) and the RDC receiver box that would be connected to your wiring harness. The connection is just under your seat bench, in the tray under the pillion area. The plug is on the same piece of cable that your round diagnostics plug is on.

The BMSK is your engine controller, also located under the seatbench.

The oil level sensor sits in front of the dipstick and is made of aluminum with a cable comeing out at the top.
It was a "Add On" feature that was build into the bike at production. If the buyer didn't wan't the oil level sensor, then the tank
would be left without the hole/sensor.
My 05 has the screw holes, but not the larger hole for the sensor.
And, my 05 does not have the sensor plug comeing out of the BMSK for it to hook into.
So retrofitting the sensor into the tank would be useless...
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Patrique83, I've been following this with a great interest. Every module is kind of stand alone like you say, but isn't it so that they rely on each others output on the CAN BUS network to be able to function properly? Like they constantly feed each other information, process it, do their specific task. Etc.


Yes and No in regards to output and function.

Each module has certain sensors that are directly connected to it.

I'll take the BMSK (BMSKP) and ABS/ASC as an example:

Connected to the BMSK are the 2 knock sensors, SLS Valve, airbox temp, idle controller, fuel pressure sensor, camshaft sensor, crankshaft sensor, oil pressure sensor, water temp sensor, and the Ring Antenna.

The information about knock, camshaft position, sls balve, idle controller fuel pump pressure and Ringantenna information is only relevant to the BMSK for engine operation.

Crankshaft speed, oil pressure, water temp, are the 3 pieces of information that are also used by the BMSK but are also relevant to other modules and get converted to a digital signal for the CAN-Bus.
In this case, the I-Cluster receives the digital signal and converts it to RPM output. The info about water temp is now also indicated.

The oil pressure is not a signal that is indicated via a graph or bar.
It only triggers a red warning triangle.

ABS/ASC only has two input signals from the wheelspeed sensors.
I am sure everyone knows how the ABS works, so i am going to skip that explanation. The ABS translates the wheelspeed info into a digital signal and puts that info on the CAN-Bus. Again, the I-Cluster picks it up and now the Speed is indicated.

ASC (wheel slip) is a part of the ABS module.
In case of wheel slip, the ABS module sends out a signal
that is received by the BMSK to reduce power and the I-Cluster now indicates that ASC is activated.

To answer your question, vital sensor information is always directly connected to the module that requires that information to run properly.

The can-bus system is in a way like a network of individual computers, that shares information on a need to know basis. A data packet on the Can-Bus network is sent from one module to all modules, but only the module/modules interested read the packet and use the information. Others simply ignore/reject the information.

If for example, the ABS were to fail completely (or you physically disconnect the plug) the information about wheel speed is lost, and ASC information is now also not given to the BMSK. The bike would still run.

If the ZFE fails, all lights would go out but the bike still runs.

All modules are independent to each other.
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Thanks for starting this thread Patrique. Great information.

As you know in my case, the mechanic had to replace ALL of the damaged modules to get my bike to start.

I replaced them individually in hopes that I wouldn't have to replace them all.

Didn't work.

My question is:

If the modules function independently of each other then why did I have to replace ALL of the modules?


Still trying to figure that one out
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Because each one of your modules got fried by the power surge.
When i say they work independent from each other, i mean their
functions are independent. Off course, if the insides of the modules are completely burned up, there might be further short curcuits crippling the canbus system and modules might receive scrambled data all together.

If your previous mechanic would have started with the Engine controller (bmsk), the bike would have run, but nothing else would have worked.

The engine would keep running until the battery goes flat, because the ZFE controls the charging. The alternators internal voltage controller to be fried in your case is just a unlucky coincidence.
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If your previous mechanic would have started with the Engine controller (bmsk), the bike would have run, but nothing else would have worked.

That was the first unit that was replaced and it still would not start.

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Did it crank though?
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You need 2 RDC sensors (one for each wheel) and the RDC receiver box that would be connected to your wiring harness. The connection is just under your seat bench, in the tray under the pillion area. The plug is on the same piece of cable that your round diagnostics plug is on.

The BMSK is your engine controller, also located under the seatbench.

The oil level sensor sits in front of the dipstick and is made of aluminum with a cable comeing out at the top.
It was a "Add On" feature that was build into the bike at production. If the buyer didn't wan't the oil level sensor, then the tank
would be left without the hole/sensor.
My 05 has the screw holes, but not the larger hole for the sensor.
And, my 05 does not have the sensor plug comeing out of the BMSK for it to hook into.
So retrofitting the sensor into the tank would be useless...



This is the oil level sensor wire ?

If it's the right cable, my bike does.
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By the way, today I modified the VO of my ZFE and I added the option BC (539)
My BSMK already had that option in his VO, without me putting it

I just need to change the VIN, VO and ZB number to KOMBI
Add the oil level sensor and activate it in the Kombi
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Did it crank though?

Nope.

Didn't hit a lick.

Thumbed the start/kill switch and nothing would happen.

I'm curios to see what would happen if you unplugged the zfe while the bike was running.

Would the bike continue to run? Would it die? Would you be able to restart it without the zfe being connected?


Maybe a real world test is in order.
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Thank you for answering so quickly...
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another question

The VO code of my previous Kombi is:

K40_ # 0504 # 0000% 0969 * 0581 $ 383 $ 519 $ 710 $ 714 $ 7

And the code VO of the new Kombi is:

K40_ # 0207 # 0000% 0716 * 0581 $ 377 $ 380 $ 519 $ 530 $ 539 $ 748


Here are two questions:

1- Which would be the correct procedure to change the VO of the Kombi
Because I have manuals that explain how to add new equipment in the VO, but they do not explain how to remove one

2 - I also see that there are values at the beginning that are not equal

0504 by 0207
0969 by 0716

Should change them too, or it does not matter if we leave them like this

I say it because as it is now the new Kombi, with the VIN, VO and ZB Number of the donor bike, everything works well

It deserves the effort to change all values and add the BC function to the VO of my motorcycle to work as it does now, but with all the data as they should be if the Kombi was the original



I have found out that code 0969 is in my VO
Is the color code of the bike
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Now that you mention it, i remember the sticker under the seat.

0969 is silver/black/yellow

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This is the oil level sensor wire ?

If it's the right cable, my bike does.

Correct.... thats the plug.
Your oil tank does not have the hole
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It does not have.... it is true
But will have it

The only thing is to do it without the chips falling into the interior, without having to disassemble it

I'm thinking of doing it by heating a metal tube of the diameter of the sensor buoy, and then apply it where the hole has to go
So we would avoid making chips

If you know better, please tell us how
Or how would you
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Yes, hot pipe is a great idea.

Maybe, take a wood screw and place it into tank first.
Wrap a long wire around the head and slide through the tube.
Now you can heat the tube and melt the hole without loosing
the plastic piece.
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I have been doing tests and the best way is as i said
With a metal tube of sensor diameter

You have to put the tube to red hot and to insert it in the box of deposit of oil
So that the piece does not fall to the inside, we put a screw in the center and we hold it with a wire of wire that we will pass through the interior of the tube

The hole looks quite good and does not need to disassemble anything

Next week I get the sensor, I'll post photos
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This is a test I've done using a used car bumpers
Is a material similar to that of the oil tank box

I would only clean the edges of the hole a bit, but I think it will be enough to accommodate the sensor
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Another thing more, this link that I put contains all the information that I have compiled on the subject of obd2 and other topics of maintenance

Is in Spanish, although there is some other file in English
In particular, are SP dated 6.0 for our motorcycles (group k24)

I do not know if it will serve you, but there you have it ...


OBD2
https://kloudstorage.kionetworks.es/s/JjeOoAJlTP8YT2c

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I have been doing tests and the best way is as i said
With a metal tube of sensor diameter

You have to put the tube to red hot and to insert it in the box of deposit of oil
So that the piece does not fall to the inside, we put a screw in the center and we hold it with a wire of wire that we will pass through the interior of the tube

The hole looks quite good and does not need to disassemble anything

Next week I get the sensor, I'll post photos


More information about the oil level sensor

The diameter of the hole we have to make in the tank is approximately 19 mm, maybe 20

Careful with the connector, my motorcycle has a 2-wire connector, but the sensor I received has 3, so keep that in mind when buying it



I'll tell you if I can finally dock it, connecting the 2 correct cables and discarding the third
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Discarded that the 2-pin socket is of oil level
Also discarded from outside temperature

I do not know what that connector might be

any ideas...
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Can you post a picture of the sensor?
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Can you post a picture of the sensor?

I do not have the sensor at home
As soon as I can go by it and I'll put you photos

But I can tell you that it has three pins
Because it controls the oil level and the temperature


The thermomete has 2 pins, but connect one and it does not work
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Can you post a picture of the sensor?










I'm sorry I took so long
I did not have the sensor at home and I had to go by the place where I had it

I hope you get the photos
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Using the knowledge that I have acquired of the handling of: inpa, ncsexprt, tools32 ... etc
I was able to install the RDC on my 2005 K1200S


I have set up the RDC



Buy 2 sensors and replace the batteries



The only problem, the front wheel, which has no thread for the sensor
But solve it by adding a cap





Mount the two sensors




And activate the RDC in the Kombi and ZFE



Then pair the two sensors with the switchboard at the BMW dealer
(The mechanic is my friend and I do not charge anything)

And here we have the final result



a K1200S of 2005, with computer of abordo (BC) and control of pressure of pneumatic (RDC)
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

Patrique, I activated the ASC on a friend's bike
But by default when activating the ASC is disconnected and we do not have the pineapple button to activate it
I can activate it by software, without the need of the button
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Old 07-16-2017, 08:04 AM
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

ASC does not work with the I-ABS (Servo ABS).
Only works with new I-ABS 2 (if ASC capable) and last model BMSK.


If you activate ASC by software, it shows in Kombi but will display error in INPA.
Error is because old BMSK can not understand ASC commands.
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Old 07-16-2017, 08:26 AM
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

I already knew that

The bike on which to activate the ASC
Was ABS2 and BMSKP, and correctly activate the ASC in KOMBI and BSMKP

But as we do not have the button on the handlebar switch we can not put it into operation because by default, when installing it, it is in OFF mode
The ASC flashing symbol appears on the odometer display, indicating that it is inactive

Can it be activated by software?
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Old 07-16-2017, 08:35 AM
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

ASC is always ON.
The button can only switch ASC off.

It has to do with I-ABS 2.
Not all I-ABS 2 can support ASC.
Also, ASC has to be set AKTIV in I-ABS2 using ncsexpert.
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Old 07-16-2017, 08:39 AM
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

I think that is the step I have missed
I have not activated the ASC on the I-ABS2
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Old 07-16-2017, 08:41 AM
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

In fact the ABS control panel did not appear in the NCSEPERT list

They appeared
kombi
Zfe
Bsmkp

But not the abs
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Old 07-16-2017, 08:43 AM
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

I had trouble connecting to I-ABS2 when using NCSExpert.
I can read but can not write.
Maybe you have better luck.
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Old 07-16-2017, 08:45 AM
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

Use ZFE and then change module. It should show the ABS then.
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Old 07-16-2017, 08:46 AM
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

I have already passed in 3 bikes, in those of abs2 , abs does not appear in the list of ncsexpert
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Old 07-16-2017, 08:48 AM
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

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Use ZFE and then change module. It should show the ABS then.

Now I do not have a motorcycle with abs2 to prove it, but I'll keep it in mind
thanks for your help
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By the way, I was able to install the RDC on my 2005 bike without problems and works great
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Did you activate ASC in ZFE too?
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Old 07-16-2017, 08:53 AM
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Did you activate ASC in ZFE too?

yes
in ZFE and BSMKP
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Old 07-16-2017, 08:57 AM
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Was the front wheel different for TPMS sensor?

Did you have to drill extra hole?
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