Re: Cam Pulse Generator
Thanks for the info guys. The problem is resolved - it turned out to be a damaged connector behind one of the fuse holders (not sure which one as I did not work on it), and a dead PC 3.
Both brought on by being flailed on the tarmac in a 120mph end over end endo at a track day which ripped the subframe and nose section of the fairing off the bike and flattened the tank. It was in fact a borderline case for writing it off, even with heavy discount on the parts and doing the work ourselves - saved only that by some miracle the frame, motor and forks survived untouched.
I'm not sure how the ECU thought the problem was the cam pulse generator. The bike was sparking, but intermittently and not very strongly.
It was caused by a slow guy cutting hard across in front of my friend on a gentle curve. I'd been ahead, and saw the red flags at the start/finish. Came around on the cool down lap to find chaos.
It's to say the least not funny to find a scene which looks like a bombing - three bikes down, bits everywhere and your friend face down and not moving on the grass 200 yds up the track. Amazing how quickly the fun turns to sh1t. He fortunately only had mild concussion - he was very sore but miraculously no broken bones and they let him out of hospital that night. Amazingly nobody else was significantly hurt - the only other badly damaged bike was the cause of the accident......