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post #11 of 23 Old 11-03-2016, 08:50 AM
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Please, can you share more info about this gadget? Have you already installed it? How it works? (pros and cons, maybe some pics).

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Not installed yet , only just ordered from the USA - they don't seem to have plug and play version for our bikes.

Basically an RFID fob that turns on when you move, and if you are within 10 feet of the bike you just need to turn on the engine kill button and press the starter, when you stop hit the engine kill and walk away

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3 Locks? Sure mine only has 2
Ignition lock, fuel tank lock and passenger seat lock.

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Ignition lock, fuel tank lock and passenger seat lock.
Duh! Of course!!! Changed my fuel cap for a Rizoma, that's why i could only think of two!
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Mine has the immobiliser, although I have disabled the immobiliser.

But I have regular problems with the key where it just won't turn, nothing to do with the immobiliser, just bad quality key or Lock.

I've just ordered a keyless ignition system which will make life much easier (i disabled the immobiliser to install the keyless ignition)
I had a problem trying to turn the key but found that if I push the key down and release it everything is ok. Since then no further problems.
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Mine has the immobiliser, although I have disabled the immobiliser.

But I have regular problems with the key where it just won't turn, nothing to do with the immobiliser, just bad quality key or Lock.

I've just ordered a keyless ignition system which will make life much easier (i disabled the immobiliser to install the keyless ignition)
Hi Paul,

how did you disable the immobiliser?

I've just done the 12k service including balancing the carbs and now the bike wont start. Not getting any light on the immobiliser although the dash lights up. Will have a look again tomorrow and see if I can trace the fault number although I know it has a couple of ICS errors due to the carb balancing and removing the vacuum pipes

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Hi Paul,

how did you disable the immobiliser?

I've just done the 12k service including balancing the carbs and now the bike wont start. Not getting any light on the immobiliser although the dash lights up. Will have a look again tomorrow and see if I can trace the fault number although I know it has a couple of ICS errors due to the carb balancing and removing the vacuum pipes
How did you manage to balance the Carbs???

To disable the immobilizer i flashed the ECU with a USA Bin file as the Americans don't have immobilizers in their bikes that over writes the part of the ECU that has the immobilizer code, the immobilizer is then ignored and can be removed if you wish to.

If you put into Dealer mode, Code 42 is an immobilizer problem
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One time this immobiliser issue came up it was because the plastic part that surrounds the key/lock had not been replaced, it was left dangling, it needs to be in situ. Otherwise perhaps a wiring issue?

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How did you manage to balance the Carbs???

Well let me correct that and say I balanced the throttle bodies.
Was relatively easy once the air box was removed.

I have a Morgan Carbtune so just connected up the vacum hoses and made the necessary adjustments. Only a minor adjustment was required.



The immobiliser issue rectified when I unplugged the other half of the Woolich harness. I had taken off the SDS plug to connect the OBD tool and the bike didn't like having only half of the Woolich harness plugged in.
All up and running now.
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Well let me correct that and say I balanced the throttle bodies.
Was relatively easy once the air box was removed.

I have a Morgan Carbtune so just connected up the vacum hoses and made the necessary adjustments. Only a minor adjustment was required.

The immobiliser issue rectified when I unplugged the other half of the Woolich harness. I had taken off the SDS plug to connect the OBD tool and the bike didn't like having only half of the Woolich harness plugged in.
All up and running now.
I guessed that was what you mean, just being Sarcastic but glad you got it sorted
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My owners manual makes no mention of an immobilizer. Yet a non-chipped key will not work.
And does anyone have the ignition switch with the function light?
This is quite important because I told my insurance company that my bike has a built in immobiliser. Is this not the case? I have the little red light by the ignition, so assumed this meant it does indeed have an immobiliser.
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