tracking down a problem

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Ken Van Horn
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tracking down a problem

Postby Ken Van Horn » Tue Sep 10, 2013 6:20 pm

Is it possible to use a stock GSXR600 speedometer to download data and check all the engine management sensors? I don't think my AIM system can capture that data.
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Chris Ross
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Postby Chris Ross » Wed Sep 11, 2013 8:48 am

You can hook up the stock dash and use it, but I'm not sure it will tell you much. Bikes don't have to use OBDII protocals so they do everything custom. It takes a dealer with the special hardware and software to plug in and read the trouble codes. If you are suspecting a sensor on the engine you could take the car over to a local Suzuki dealership and have them read the codes and see what pops up.

George Bugg
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Postby George Bugg » Wed Sep 11, 2013 1:42 pm

I'd give Ryan a call over at HyperRacing. He knows his stuff. And they are a sponsor of the Challenge Series.
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