Trailtech endurance problems

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  • ekim125

Posted August 11, 2006 - 05:31 PM


I just installed a traitech endurance computer on my wr and it's reading double what it should. I have the wheel size set at 2205, but to get it to read correctly I need to go to 4410. It won't let me go past 3999. Any ideas on what could be going on?

  • Stranglersfan

Posted August 11, 2006 - 10:38 PM


I had the very same problem a while back with double readings and after contacting Trailtech (coz i thought it was duff?) they told me that if the magnet on the rotor passes the pick-up in the centre it WILL give strange readings. I moved the sensor further away so that the end of the pick-up now passes across the centre of the magnet but not covering it entirely as the wheel rotates. picture a half eclipse of the sun sort of thing? I am not certain but from what i remember, trailtech said there are 2 pickups and not one centrally, but don't quote me on that. if you look closely at the pickup, there appears to be 2 small circular marks which would indicate 2 pickups, maybe this is why they are very sensitive? anyway, hope this helps?

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  • jaymo

Posted August 12, 2006 - 03:04 AM


Mike, It's James. How's everything going with the bike? My Trailtech is set at 2205. Yours should be set at the same. Give me a call if your still having problems.


  • TwoBobRob

Posted August 12, 2006 - 05:44 AM


Stranglersfan is right. Reposition your sensor a small amount and you should be good to go :thumbsup:

  • ww2willys

Posted August 12, 2006 - 08:31 PM


I had the same problem a couple of months ago too. An email response from Trailtech instructed me to program in half the diameter so instead of 2205 I used 1102. Worked perfect! Oh yeah, I also moved the sensor as far as I could but it did not make any difference. Good luck.


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