Great news for my 1998 R1100R!
Great news that this may be "THE" solution for the R1100R I just bought. Surged terribly when cold, better when warm and little when hot. Due to feedback from this forum I ran techron, cleaned the tank of old gas, replaced the fuel filter and checked the hoses, added Q disconnects, cleaned the BBS's, added premium gas, grounded the neg. side of the injectors, chirped them with 12 volts to assure opening, and changed out the oil temp sensor (thanks to rxcrider!!) for a known good one. If anything the bike runs worse! much worse! It's a my indie ex-BMW master tech for help. I'm in his hands now. I am flabbergasted that everything I have done has not helped and most got me into more problems. I was going to buy a Harmonizer but have gotten tech-phobia! I will be watching for this to be available as you know more about this system than anyone I can imagine!
Thanks and keep at it.
[QUOTE=Roger 04 RT;872477][U]R1100 Prototype Lambda plug n play device.[/u]
Today I got out for a test ride with an R1100 prototype device. It's appearance is just like the R1150 verson except the connectors are different so I built up it up with salvaged R1100 connectors on either end. Then I took a used R1100 (thimble style) O2 sensor, lambda element grounded to the case, different from the R1150 style, and installed the R1100 O2 sensor in my R1150RT's second O2 bung.
Lastly I built an adapter cable to convert the R1100 style output connector to the R1150 connector. So the build-up was:
R1100 O2 sensor, connecting to:
R1100 Proto lambda device with R1100 connectors on either end, connecting to:
R1100 to R1150 connector cable so that I could plug it into my R1150
It worked as well as the R1150 version, maybe a little better. I believe that is due to the R1100 O2 sensor having a more powerful heater (guess?). There was no discernable temperature effect, meaning it was less sensitive to exhaust temperature than the R1150 sensor.
It works well enough now that I will send it to a few R1100 owners soon for their feedback.
The R1100 OEM connectors are decades old. It may be that the package will be a lambda shift device and a new R1100 O2 sensor, as a way of getting the needed OEM connector. It will add to the cost but many R1100 O2 sensors are very old and would probably benefit from replacement.[/QUOTE]