top of page

Facility

This guide will help you through the process of installing and configuring the sensor.

This guide will help you through the process of installing and configuring the sensor. Any questions write to us for support.

See list of compatible motorcycles

Important considerations:

  1. When connecting the sensor, the colors of the cables must be respected, regardless of their order.

  2. When removing the damaged sensor, it is important to correctly clean the pins where the new one will be placed, they can even be twisted with a needle nose pliers about 15 or 20 degrees to ensure good quality contact.

  3. The computer only performs the measurement once the crutch is raised (40 seconds later).

  4. It is essential to carry out a full charge after changing the sensor so that it starts measuring correctly.

  5. Calibration is recommended in all cases, although the sensor can be installed without performing it, which will generate a reading with some error.

  6. The calibration can be carried out indistinctly, with the sensor outside or inside the tank and with it with or without fuel (it does not modify the calibration at all).

Ancla 1

Check the list of compatible motorcycles

K25 (R 1200 GS)
K25 (R 1200 GS Adventure)
K26 (R 900 RT, R 1200 RT)

K27 (R1200R)
K28 (R 1200 ST)

K29 (R 1200S)
K40 (K 1200 S, K 1300 S)
K43 (K 1200 R, Sport, K 1300 R)
K44 (K 1200 GT, K 1300 GT)

bottom of page