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I cannot find any reference to this question anywhere here,  so simply, do the V11 series utilize a Canbus control system for fueling or any other onboard system?

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AFAIK, and if I understand CANBUS at all, there is none on the V11.

Only the ECU/ "CPU" and various sensors.

Smarter people than I will be along that can speak that language more fluently . . . :nerd:

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Are you looking for trouble or an opportunity?

(I grew up thinking that was the same thing . . . :glare:  :blush:  :ph34r: 

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I'm looking to avoid trouble :nerd:.  Canbus makes me crazy in my 2004 Thunderbird, and I'm not interested in reproducing that trouble on a motorcycle. 

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1 minute ago, BrianG said:

I'm looking to avoid trouble :nerd:.  Canbus makes me crazy in my 2004 Thunderbird, and I'm not interested in reproducing that trouble on a motorcycle. 

I think you are in luck with the V11 - there is only the Central Processing Unit ("ECU").

 

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1 minute ago, Chuck said:

No. If you want can bus you have to get a Break My Wallet. :rasta:

No secret that the Beemer guys call it "Can't Buzz."  :wacko:

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Back in the day, a SoCal Beemer mechanic I knew decided to put on some aftermarket lights. I'm not sure if he ever got it going again..:huh2:

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As bad as electro-f'ck-icity can be, electro-f'ck-onics are otherworldly . . . :blink:

We might need a T-bird thread . . . :luigi:

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1 hour ago, BrianG said:

I cannot find any reference to this question anywhere here,  so simply, do the V11 series utilize a Canbus control system for fueling or any other onboard system?

No canbus on a v11 Sport. It's basic old tech electronics.

Ciao

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There is nothing hi-tech about a MG electrical system . 

 This reminds me of a story concerning a VERY old garage in Wickliffe run by two very old mechanics . A buddy of mine said " the only thing hi-tech about Dreamy Haynes was an 8 volt battery ".

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