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post #1 of 16 Old 05-31-2019, 06:24 PM Thread Starter
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Thumbs down 2017 SP1 Forks & Sensor Issues

After only 8k miles, I got a check engine light randomly. Turned out the MAP Sensor went bad and the Ohlins forks were leaking to boot! Thankfully everything was under the warranty I bought, but I had to suffer almost a month while Ohlins rebuilt the forks! Hitting the twisties with a vengeance this weekend.

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post #2 of 16 Old 09-15-2019, 12:03 PM Thread Starter
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Now 2k more miles on the bike and all electronics just went out like a fuse blew or something while I was riding. No screen, no ABS, TC, turn signals, headlight, fan etc. Sure have been a lot of problems for a Honda. >

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post #3 of 16 Old 09-15-2019, 01:32 PM
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Bit unusual to be sure but I'm afraid this may be the sad reality of all new vehicle with these electronic systems, bikes, cars and trucks included. Not one issue with mine yet (besides its owner, anyway) but I don't have the miles you do, either.
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Have you tried replacing the LiOn battery with a conventional more robust battery and see if a more consistent charge is not the source of the electronic gremlins?

As an aside, the 2020 bike if it has active aero and VVT will end up being even worse of an electronic nightmare.

I see the resale value of BMW S1000RR is terrible - I suggest it is because when the BMW has an electronic issue, like their cars it is an expensive catastrophic error.



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Thanks for the info and tips. I have not tried another battery. This turned out to just be a blown fuse, so it was a super easy fix. Buying more fuses in case this happens again soon!

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Glad you got it figured out. Fuses are a "last resort" fail-safe, so you should try and see if you can find the issue. A fuse would blow to either over current or a short circuit, neither of which is a good scenario.
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Yep, fuse blew again today. Took it to the shop and will post what they diagnose by next week.

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What fuse is blowing? What electrical mods have you made to the bike?



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It's the 10A one that says something like IMU/ILLUMI. I haven't made any mods to the bike except a yoshimura alpha t slip on and some levers.

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Did you use some sort of servo buddy servo eliminator for your slip on install?

Or have you retained the exhaust servo without the cables?



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