BMW S1000RR ABS speedo sensor fit and Power Commander PC V Dyno set up

By 25th April 2012 BMW, ECU Remap, Power Commander

The ABS model BMW S1000RR takes its speed reading from the ABS ring on the front wheel; this bike had been fitted with a Power Commander PC V and needed a speed sensor fitting to make it work properly with six individual fuelling maps, one for each gear.

The PC V allows you to put a speed signal into it, so we fitted the speed sensor (a genuine BMW part that takes a reading from the gearbox sprocket, the ABS version of the bike’s loom is ready for it) and plumbed it into the unit. We then enabled the Power Commander program to let us to map fuel for each gear on the Dyno. Running a full Yoshimura system, it made 191 not-to-be-messed-with bhp at the back wheel after the work.

ABS SS1000RR needs a speed sensor adding to make a Power Commander PC V work.