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Old Apr 30th 2017, 06:36 AM   #1
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DTC/DWC fault

I just finished my first track day on the 1299S. All day I had problems with the DQS not working. DTC as well as DWC were also showing a fault light on the dash. Up until this point the bike was working fine with no issues; however, I had made several changes which I hadn't had a chance to test before the track day. I'm trying to sort out what is happening, so that I can resolve it quickly. Ill list the changes so that maybe some of you will have had this issue and found a solution. Bike is essentially stock with the exception of a Rapidbike module.

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1. I removed all the OEM body, headlights, taillights, turn signals, front fairing stay etc. I DID NOT PLUG ANY OF THE OEM CONNECTORS. I do show a brake light error code on the dash.

2. I added Bonamicci rearsets and use a translogic shifter which previously worked great.

3. I replaced the front fairing stay with a motoholders unit which does mount the IMU, I did not power up the bike until the IMU was mounted.

Other than that the bike isn't changed. I left the OEM fender because of the wheel speed sensor mounting and I do run warmers, but I don't know if the sensor could be damaged. any ideas?
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Old Apr 30th 2017, 10:03 AM   #2
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I would really check all the connections make sure everything is plugged in the right spots. Also check to make sure the gap between the front/rear sensors have the correct gap to rule this stuff out.
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Old Apr 30th 2017, 03:42 PM   #3
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I'd suggest getting the plug kit.


http://ducati1299.com/mechanical-tec...tor-kit-2.html


This way your warning lights are off. I'd guess all the systems are tied together so if you're getting a brake warning the other systems will be affected. DWC and DTC all go together with ABS and all use the wheel speed sensors to work. So maybe since the fault is showing, it throws everything else off.

A friends bike was just stripped and made into his racebike for this year. He used all the plugs from the kit, no warning lights and everything works properly.

I'd start there.

PS; be sure to get both front and rear kits. Jarel lists them both in his posts in that thread.
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Old Apr 30th 2017, 04:10 PM   #4
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I've already ordered them since that is the most likely culprit. Gonna check fuses and test my shift sensor. It worked fine before so I suspect the plugs.
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I'll be having to order the plugs shortly myself.

96580021A Rear Racing Connector kit
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Could the IMU angle be off with the motoholders fairing stay? I know that if it's off by just a little bit from its stock location, everything starts to go haywire


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Could the IMU angle be off with the motoholders fairing stay? I know that if it's off by just a little bit from its stock location, everything starts to go haywire


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I'm not certain. The error being generated is the one shown in the upper right corner of the dash (triangle with circular error) which corresponds with a black box error. There is only one error displayed on the screen which is the generic stop signal error.
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[QUOTE=timwu12;279438]Could the IMU angle be off with the motoholders fairing stay? I know that if it's off by just a little bit from its stock location, everything starts to go haywire

I replaced the fairing stay while converting mine to a track bike, keyed on before remounting the IMU and got all sorts or errors. I islolated the battery to reboot everything and all the errors cleared . I used an LED strip wired in to the tail light and brake light to stop one error and installed the side stand eliminator kit for another error code.
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Old May 1st 2017, 04:55 AM   #9
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Luckily I saw the IMU warning in the book and was sure to not turn the key. Doesn't mean it isn't in fault though.
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Did you do the wheel diameter reset?
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