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Discussion in 'Parallel Universe' started by GS-A-Day, Apr 12, 2017.
Xyzzy, can give me a call for a little assistance with RSD. PM me for my number.
They have entire departments Dedicated to ensuring they produce the most complicated products and services possible.
This is the owners manual for the Softbag 3...
It is 10mm thick!
So now that someone has seen a manual, does anyone have an answer on the valve check? Is it shim under bucket, or something more simple? My wife's 750 should be hitting 12K in April. Not used to having to do a valve check every 9 or 10 months.
Shims location, part #11. Cams need to be removed first.
"Cams need to be removed first."
Shim under bucket, and a 12k check requirement...
I realize I'm new to this whole BMW thing, but that's pathetic.
Thanks BordebBmw for letting us know
Well, a check doesn't mean it will need adjustment. And doesn't require cams to be removed.
I checked all my Honda's but don't recall ever actually changing shims, even at 24k checks.
We'll have to see.
I just bought a 19 leftover 850. Trying to figure some stuff out. Should I be able to enter this and make adjustments. The wheel does not let me.
Do you have the "chip" or whatever it's called, plugged into the wiring harness under the seat?
That lets you enter those menus and adjust they levels. Honestly there are only 3 levels for two different settings - traction control and ABS. So not sure it's worth it.
I believe it a small red plug that came with the owner's manual. I will install mine when I remove the oem tires and mount the Ankee wilds on. As the previous poster mentioned, it is used to disable the traction control and the abs when riding off-road.
Enduro Pro mode does not eliminate traction control and ABS, it alters their settings for off road tires. Button on left multifunction switch turns them off.
After reading the GSA manual it does not totally disable the systems. Technology in detail page 175, ABS "In riding mode ENDURO PRO, there is no ABS control on the rear wheel when the footbrake lever is actuated. The ABS is attuned for off-road use withroad tires." Page 176 DTC "
In the ENDURO PRO riding mode, the control of the DTC assumes that lugged tires are being used for off-road riding. Longer wheelies as well as wheelie at small angles are permitted. The front wheel liftoff detection is switched off, which means that it is possible to flip over in extreme cases!"
as others said, your plugin is not in
Someone post a picture for what I'm looking for? By reading other comments I have a feeling dealer held onto plug till 600 mile check, hmm. Possible.
It's the red plug.
I think it's only included if you purchase the premium model. If the bike isn't a premium, no plug was purchased. This picture shows it plugged into the harness under the back half of the seat
Here is what the plug looks like that came with my 850
I just did my 600mile service today and they didn’t even ask for the plug. When I’m ready I’ll just install it myself though. It usually is stuffed into the clear manual folder that came with the bike. Along with that emergency key too
My dealer knows that they will never see my bike once picked up unless there is a warranty issue because they know I do all service myself. The dongle was in with my paperwork when I picked up the bike. You paid for the option and you should get it at delivery.