Thats good news. I hope you're winning and tracking down a set of the correct cables. I can confirm that it noticeably improves the bikes riding characteristicsI've spoken to the manufacturer of the Rapidbike Easy (Dimsport in Italy), and they confirmed that the electronics box is generic, so can be used for all bikes. You just need to make sure the first dial is set correctly for the type of bike. The only thing that is bike specific, is the connecting cable for the Lambda-sensors.
Thanks Tezpigeon, good to know.I've spoken to the manufacturer of the Rapidbike Easy (Dimsport in Italy), and they confirmed that the electronics box is generic, so can be used for all bikes. You just need to make sure the first dial is set correctly for the type of bike. The only thing that is bike specific, is the connecting cable for the Lambda-sensors.
Just make sure you check out if the RBE is capable to handle the G650. If the cable happens to be the same as that for the F650, I have one lying around currently (it's up for sale in the Marketplace Forum).Thanks Tezpigeon, good to know.
Once I am ready for the Rapid Evo, I can tansfer the RBE to my G650GS using a different cable.
I couldn't find the G650 on the Dimsport site either, so I wasn't sure if the cable would be the same. Even-though it's a cable for a twin (F an K), it only has one sensor connector, so perhaps it is the same cable... (unlike the one required for the R, which has 2).Ok, I see your for sale thread.
That is for the F650GS twin cylinder.
BMW confusing people with naming the twin the same as the old F650GS single
There is actually quite a big thread on this subject so I've moved your post there. Please have a read and hopeflly this should answer a few questions for you.Since fitting new headers my bike stutters at low revs abit. I have ordered a Rapid Easy unit having seen some good comments about it on here.
Does anyone else who has fitted one have any comments on it please?
I noticed mine stutters a little on start up, as if battery struggling. Heated grips come on too which is odd.CunningStunt, your idea of the installation in the rear looks pretty good.
I presume you have a Classic, looks like a single seater there.
Mine is in the same position as Nabeel, but I quite like the RBE in the open like yours.
Has anyone noticed that their battery is discharging a lot quicker after the RBE installation?
Maybe it is just me not riding daily that I pay more attention to the battery now
Another 50 miles done today and all seems OK, Bike starts great cold but struggles as if battery flat when it’s hot, which is purely down to the AF modules. If I revert to standard it’s fine againSo, the bike threw a fault code on a ride out today after about 30 miles. Disconnected rapid bike and all good again. I’ve put this down to the O2 sensors being reversed. I’ve now switched them so will see if that improves things.