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Old 12-11-2012, 02:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default What is required for install?

I am looking to add the reverse shift and the data logger to an S1000RR/HP4 with a quick shifter.

Is there any remapping of the ECU or anything beyond simply bolt-on of the reverse shifter and pluggin in the data logger?

Has anyone installed these on an S1000RR?

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Old 12-11-2012, 04:06 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I have the HP reverse shifter. It was dealer installed but I was there when it was done. It's a bolt on job with a slight cut of the belly pan (didn't need removed to do the cut).


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Old 12-11-2012, 04:39 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I have the HP reverse shifter. It was dealer installed but I was there when it was done. It's a bolt on job with a slight cut of the belly pan (didn't need removed to do the cut).


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With a quickshifter, does that affect whether there is any electronic mapping changes necessary?
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If you have the HP4 then it already has quickshift. Inverting it to give you race style pattern is a purely mechanical procedure as far as I know.


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If you have the HP4 then it already has quickshift. Inverting it to give you race style pattern is a purely mechanical procedure as far as I know.


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The dealer I am looking into is saying that it will be 2 hours of labor to install the reverse shift, because it requires a computer update to work with the Reverse shift and the quick shifter. They also say installation of a data logger requires computer update.

So I want to figure out whether those are legit expenses for installing the reverse shift on an HP4.
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Old 12-13-2012, 04:25 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Can't speak for the data logger but my dealer fitted the reverse shifter for free.

Note here I've spotted some "HP" parts that are "more" HP than the usual HP parts. Eg there's a set of BMW "HP" levers where the brake has a remote adjuster etc in addition to the usual HP levers. So maybe you're being quoted for a different "HP" shift inverter.


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Old 12-13-2012, 11:13 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Default BMW Data Logger

I purchased the BMW 2D data logger after rejecting the thought of spending $650 for the IR transmitter/receiver pair for my bike. It will be the best money you spend if you race. It is plug and play (plugs directly into the CANBUS connector under the passenger seat without modification) and VELCROS into the left or right cutout on the tail section. Logs 33 parameters at 100Hz fully GPS referenced as soon as the bike is started. Engine start stop cycles start new files. Download is automatic to a USB flash drive as soon as it is lugged into the unit mounted to the bike (about 3in L x 1.5in W x 1in tall) The analysis software is comprehensive, uses Google maps satellite images to overlay the data onto and allows the automatic segmentation of laps based on selection of the start/end point for the track. Capable of lap by lap analysis (times, shift points, brake points, lean angles, wheel slip, throttle position, ecu throttle, position DTC output etc. etc.

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Old 12-17-2012, 12:22 AM   #8 (permalink)
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I didn't install the Gilles HP Rearsets, which i hear do take 2 hours to install.

I installed the Attack Performance Rearsets with GP shift. Install took 30 minutes total. And I do mean total. No problems with the data log or software. Verified at my dealer took 5 minutes for him to plug in and verify everything.

Let them know you're price shopping.

Hope this helps. Good luck.
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