This page lists known issues of the various versions. These are already logged in our issue-tracking system, and we are either investigating them or have already released a fix for them...
PC version 1006.3:
- A communication issue with integral ABS (servo assisted ABS on 1150 and non-CAN 1200 models). This will only be an issue in a very small number of iABS control modules... This will be fixed in the following Beta release.
PC version 1002.1 (and 911.1):
- Checksum failed on BMSK engine controllers for S1000RR & 2010 twin cam models (R1200GS, R1200GSA, R1200RT). (fixed in version 1003 and newer)
PC version Beta 906:
- Text on Idle Actuator Calibration page, states that it is for R-Series only - this is a copy-paste error - as of Beta 906, Idle Actuator Calibration can be done for K- and F-Series too... - (fixed in Beta 909.1)
PC version 904:
- Distance to next valve check : this values should be shown in tens of... example: it currently shows 145km, but should show 1450km (fixed in Beta 906)
- Operating hours : anomalies on both BMS-K, BMSK-P and BMS-C2 are reported. However, keep the following in mind: (a) on the BMS-K(P) this value seems to be reset to zero when the battery is disconnected, and (b) it also seems the counter keeps running for quite some time after the ignition has been switched off...
- Error message: "Unknown controller type" on CAN-bus motorycles (F800, R1200 & K1200) - BMW has introduced a third control unit to their range, namely the BMS-KP2, with it's own unique identification information. While the previous 2 (BMS-K and BMS-KP) had physical hardware differences, the BMS-KP2 is a firmware upgrade from the BMS-KP... and the latest Firmware update (done automatically for new bikes, or if your bike has recently been for a service) changes it from a BMS-KP to a BMS-KP2 controller... We will release an updated version of GS-911 that will handle the new control unit very soon. (fixed in Beta 906)
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