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Re: BMW K1100RS

Posted: Mon Feb 27, 2017 11:15 pm
by mynameisdaniil
russian wrote:Do not know about 16x4, but i kind of plan to fix it for 16x2. If you can help it would be great :)
yep, I've seen your repo on github :) you are the only one contributor so far.

Re: BMW K1100RS

Posted: Tue Feb 28, 2017 10:41 pm
by DaWaN
Ah, a BMW K motorcycle!
These are quite popular in The Netherlands.
Which year is your K (I guess 1992 - 1996 ish?) and where are you from?

The BMW K only has a coolant temperature sensor, intake air temperature sensor and a throttle position sensor as you already mention.
This way of determining engine load is called "Alpha-N" usually.
The throttle position sensor has two wipers if I am not mistaken: this is to accurately measure throttle position in low engine loads.
Best wiring diagram I could quickly find is this one:
http://www.kbikeparts.com/classickbikes ... Wiring.pdf

Re: BMW K1100RS

Posted: Wed Mar 01, 2017 12:02 am
by mynameisdaniil
DaWaN wrote:Ah, a BMW K motorcycle!
These are quite popular in The Netherlands.
Which year is your K (I guess 1992 - 1996 ish?) and where are you from?
Late 94 (last generation). I'm from Russia.

Re: BMW K1100RS

Posted: Thu Mar 02, 2017 1:12 pm
by Rhinoman
DaWaN wrote: The throttle position sensor has two wipers if I am not mistaken: this is to accurately measure throttle position in low engine loads.
Is that not a TPS wiper and an idle switch?

Re: BMW K1100RS

Posted: Mon Mar 06, 2017 11:19 pm
by mynameisdaniil
Rhinoman wrote:
DaWaN wrote: The throttle position sensor has two wipers if I am not mistaken: this is to accurately measure throttle position in low engine loads.
Is that not a TPS wiper and an idle switch?
Yep, as far as I know.

Re: BMW K1100RS

Posted: Thu Jun 13, 2019 7:49 pm
by Zraizo92
mynameisdaniil wrote:
Fri Feb 24, 2017 9:07 pm
I haven't seen this page. Thanks!
The question is will this kind of sensor work with rusefi. See, most crankshaft sensors I've seen looks like teethed wheel, while this one looks like barrel with two slits, like ignition sensor on old carburated motorcycle. I.e. aftermarket sensors look like this: Image
while original looks like this (top left corner): Image


Hello Guys, I am working on a similar project and I am currently trying to mount crank and camshaft sensors. I saw the picture earlier in this thread and this trigger wheel looks awesome. Is it available somewhere? This would save a lot of time in machining. Has anyone come across a solution for the camshaft sensor? I am ditching the old ignition system so I would need to have an update on the sensor as well.