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Old 08-08-2012, 03:16 PM
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Default Using INPA on BMW Motorbikes

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Has anyone used INPA and in particular NFS on BMW motorbikes (BMSK ECU)?


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Old 08-18-2012, 12:06 PM
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The STD tools INPA/NFS etc will work with the bikes, there is a thread at BMWcoding on cable pinouts

There are INPA scripts for the early models only but the full EDIABAS data is in versions 41 onwards

It would be good to see a motorrad section on this forum for discussion of the bikes, perhaps the moderators could set one up

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The STD tools INPA/NFS etc will work with the bikes, there is a thread at BMWcoding on cable pinouts
Also for S1000RR BJ.2010/2012 ?
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it is only ISTA/P
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