Just letting anyone interested in diagnostic tool for RSV4 to know about very inexpensive alternative to Technoresearch Centurion. You can get the latest software here: http://www.von-der-salierburg.de/download/GuzziDiag/ There is also instructions of getting the adapter and how to install etc. You can find the adapter(s) in ebay for about 20 euros total.
I have been testing it last few months on my RSV4, identifying channels etc. and letting Beard know what needs changing and so on. Beard has done good job on this! And there is more to come (throttle calibration etc.), stay tuned
So to get it working with RSV4 you should choose California 1400 as the motorcycle (it has the same MM 7SM ECU as RSV4). At the moment you can read and clear faults, do some functional testing (for example turn on fuel pump, throttle/handle learning, read sensor data. There are still few channels I'm working on.
If you get it running and have some comments, or improvement ideas, please let me know! I can forward wishes to the developer. If you like the software, there is donate button to send thanks to the developer, but otherwise the software is free.
Just to clarify that I'm not selling anything here! I have just been testing Guzzidiag for Beard, since he don't a have bike with 7SM ecu. I just would like to people to know about this free (ok, 20 euros is not free..) tool that can save you from an expensive trip to dealer!
Due to long thread already, added a FAQ for the newcomers to get started.
1. What interface is needed?
2. Where to get them?
a. You need two adapters
i. USB to KKL (OBD2). Make sure it has FTDI 232RL chip
ii. OBD2 16-pin to 3-pin, also called as FIAT adapter
3. What software is needed?
a. Links to known good cables are at the bottom of the Guzzidiag page
b. You can get them also from ebay, see #1 for specs. But don’t come asking here is this or this good cable. There are hundreds of sellers and different versions etc. no one has tried and tested them all. Even same seller can have different batches with different specs.
c. One good source for the cables is this: http://www.lonelec.co.uk/index.php?m...50e6a37552a9cc
4. Now I’m confused, there are Guzzidiag, IAWDiag, IAWReader, etc… in this web page. What do they all do?
a. Guzzidiag and IAWDiag were separated to have Guzzidiag dedicated to Moto Guzzis and IAWDiag to other bikes using MM IAW ECUs5. What I can do with IAWDiag?
b. IAW Reader, IAW Writer are for programming ECUs. They don’t work with your IAW 7SM ECU, so you don’t need them
a. Read and clear fault codes (if you have SERVICE text on the dash, it means there is some fault code stored in your ECU)6. What I cannot do with it?
b. Read active sensor data
c. Check map version
d. Do throttle/handle learning
e. Do some active tests, activate injectors etc. to help with diagnostic
f. Install new ECU (race ECU for example) to your bike IF in the new ECU mapping is correct, APRC/ABS/QS configuration is correct to your bike, and CLF does not need encoding (in some very rare cases in APRC bikes the CLF ECU needs encoding to start working with a new ECU). See #6 for the IAWDiag limitations.
a. Activate/disable QS, APRC, ABS7. Now I got P0xxx code, what it means?
b. Change mapping (as in write new maps to your ECU)
c. Read CLF ECU faults or do CLF ECU encoding
d. Do throttle body balancing
a. Get a service manual and search the PDF for the code. You can get the service manual from AF1 Racing for a nominal fee.8. Does it work with new 2015/2016 RR/RF and Tuono V4
b. Search this forum is it some common fault