The BMW HP2 Megamoto thread.

Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by Joe Bar, Sep 27, 2008.

  1. GSMarc

    GSMarc Long timer

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    Thank you Bikecat :clap

    The HP2E cluster and R1200GS have the same 30 pins connectors.

    The MM has only a 8 pins :huh

    I'm still searching a LCD but it's quite difficult to find... :cry
  2. diranne

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    Just installed a carbon belt cover - these used to be a nigh on A$1200 option at new in Australia and for some reason they are now down to $400 - and thats from the local BMW dealer!

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  3. bikecat

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    My experience with CF being in that area is that it is prone to pitting and damage.

    Cheers
  4. hawideri

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    Some serious eyecandy:eek1
    I hope they will throw that in the discount corner here in the EU as well.

    Regards, hawideri
  5. GSMarc

    GSMarc Long timer

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    I have opened another MM tachy to see the LCD.
    Written on the LCD upper left side : 07 12 25 MA

    only 8 connectors

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  6. bikecat

    bikecat Long timer

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    Anyone used or using a BoosterPlug or Wunderlich controller?

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    I am curious ... very curious .... I know the BMWs run lean, and want to improve on that.

    Cheers
  7. GSMarc

    GSMarc Long timer

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  8. hillbillypolack

    hillbillypolack Grumpy Old Goat

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    +1, especially in the blast radius of that front wheel. Lay on some 3M stone chip film, you'd protect it as well as be able to enjoy the carbony look.
  9. Ron50

    Ron50 Been here awhile

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    I'm very happy with the results from the Accelerator, especially at the price. Check out my post from 6 September last year. No noticeable increase in fuel consumption either.
  10. Macroenie

    Macroenie Been here awhile

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    See my post here

    The wunderlich controller gives you more options over the rev-range. The other one just fools the injection by use of a temperature related resistance, making it think it is about 10 degrees celsius colder en thus it will richen the mixture.

    If you take away the cat. or put a 'sport' exhaust on the MM you will have to take measures for it not running to lean.
  11. bikecat

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    Macronie, do you have less decelerating popping after installation? Does the operating temperature get lower? My main concern is that I want to enrich the mix. In terms of pricing the Accelerator is cheapest, then boosterplug, then wunderlich then power commander.

    I just did a valve clearance and my bike is running too lean. Hence I want to improve the situation.

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  12. Macroenie

    Macroenie Been here awhile

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    No, that made no difference, at least in my case. The MM pops with cat, without cat and a whole lot with the akra.
    I don't know if it will run cooler. My dyno guy said that the bike was running safe when I had it in combo with the full akra. I now have a rapid bike evo. The accelerator is in a drawer in the garage....
    The one I've got is the cat-less/ sport exhaust type, if you are still running stock than you need the other version.
    I would take the wunderlich/techlusion one so you can make some adjustments over the rev range so take the bike to a dyno and see how the a/f map turns out.
  13. GSMarc

    GSMarc Long timer

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    @Macroenie,
    Do you have tested your MM on a Dyno with the RBEVO ?
    Results ? :ear
    Thank you,
  14. Macroenie

    Macroenie Been here awhile

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    @GSMarc,

    yes, you have seen it already :rofl

    the diagram shows before (with accelerator) and after (with RB Evo).

    Tomorrow I take the bike to Germany and on Friday/Saturday it will be at Rösner and Rose to get the bigbore upgrade (and a little more...) :super.

    Then after 1000km or a little more I will go to the dyno again.
  15. GSMarc

    GSMarc Long timer

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    Thank you :clap

    I'm waiting for the new Dyno and an overview of the cost to reach it.
  16. Macroenie

    Macroenie Been here awhile

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    GSMarc I agree we need more posts in this thread but that does not include repeating :lol3
    But to answer your question: see here :D
  17. Macroenie

    Macroenie Been here awhile

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    If you really want to spend alot of money go to see this guy

    He just tuned a MM that runs 138PS and 146Nm :eek1, see this post in German.

    Be prepared though to invest some serious money, even without the so called "long stroke crankshaft" he quoted €4950 for the bigbore conversion.
    This is mainly because he is doing the maximum allowable 104mm bore with nikasil coating, which is an expensive process. He also implements different camshafts (Edelweiss) and HP2-Sport connecting rods.
  18. GSMarc

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    perhaps easier to fix an HP2S engine on the MM as this one :

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  19. Macroenie

    Macroenie Been here awhile

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    looks like an ordinary dohc to me without the carbon protections.

    So the ultimate hp2 mm would be one with a bigbore hp2-sport engine complete with long stroke crankshaft :evil

    Maybe BMW will make a new MM once the watercooled boxer hits the streets?
    Or will it again take as long since they started making the GS to come up with this new version :D
  20. GSMarc

    GSMarc Long timer

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    here is the (italian) list of settings :

    motore e frizione HP2 sport
    cambio MM
    forcellone MM
    cardano R1200gs x avere il rapporto + corto
    impianto elettrico MM modificato x il cambio elettronico BMW
    strumento HP2 sport
    dichi Braking
    scarico akrapovic
    centralina HP2S rivista al banco
    142 hp alla ruota veri no favole come si leggono in questa sezione

    confermo che il motore e dell'hp2 sport,montare quello del gs opp rt non ha senso visto le modifiche da fare,anche xchè il motore MM si riesce
    a far andare molto più forte di quello bialbero dell'rt
    il motore lo riconosci dal collettore di scarico,rt e gs son da 45 mentre lo sport a il 50
    non uso i coperchi valvole in carbonio perchè troppo delicati in caso di caduta. <!-- / message --><!-- sig -->

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