that is correct, and the wires are black red and white. Black is ground, Red is power, White is signal...
It will work with the standard ECU to unlock the adjustability of rebound and compression in the front shock. I have a 150mm sensor that I connected following @BMW_388's thread and low and behold it pops up with nothing more than connecting it to the harness. I was thinking I could 3D print this kind of mount that may be about 25mm or so longer to accommodate the shorter sensor.Could I get any information on how to mount this sensor to the bike (2D front suspension sensor 175 mm, S 1000 RR 2019- [7470HP004A00] : alpha Racing - Performance Parts & Merchandise, Onlineshop) It mentions that it is to be used with the M Race Kit. Will this work with standard ECU?
Sensor is needed to separate compression and rebound damping adjustments. Without it, ECU runs approximation algorithm.Strange that compression and rebound damping is not included stock. Obviously the electronic valving capability is built in. I would think the sensor is only needed to add dynamic capability???
I have already tested all this.Even at full left lockout? On the last bikes, you had to dremel off a little of the radiator housing or they would touch...
I don’t understand what role a linear sensor has in separating compression and rebound. I don’t have a clue how the system works, but I imagine there is an electro-mechanical device that changes the fluid flow. Why can’t that be set for compression and rebound by dialing in a number for each. In order to get dynamic damping you would need a sensor, but static ???Sensor is needed to separate compression and rebound damping adjustments. Without it, ECU runs approximation algorithm.