BMW S1000RR & S1000RR HP4 AiM Solo 2 DL Plug & Play Cable

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BMW S1000RR & S1000RR HP4 AiM Solo 2 DL Plug & Play Cable

The AiM ECU plug & play cable has been specifically designed for BMW bikes. Allowing easy installation to a Solo 2 DL. With a 7-pin 712 male binder connection.

Key Features :

BMW plug & play cable 7 pin - 712 male binder connection
Receive data Suitable for Solo 2 DL 


BMW Plug & Play ECU Cable

The AiM ECU plug & play cable has been specifically designed for the BMW bike. This plug & play cable can be used for the Solo 2 DL.

The cable is an easy fitment to your bike and allows ECU data to be logged. 

Please Note: If you are unsure this ECU cable will fit your bike, don't hesitate to contact one of our team. Either by email, phone or online chat.


Plug & Play

The plug & play cable currently fits the following BMW bike models:

Aim Cobra ECU For Honda Motocross Bikes
S1000RR - 2009-2014 S1000RR - From 2015
S1000RR HP4 - 2013-2014

Example data protocols

Example data protocols sampled include RPM, Active gear, Vehicle speed, Front wheel speed, Rear wheel speed warning led, Engine coolant temperature, Brake pressure, Throttle position, Speed, ABS intervention, ALC intervention, Low fuel level, Traction control, Oil pressure, Map menu and many more. Refer to the technical sheet in the Downloads Tab for an extensive protocol list.

Please Note: For these models/years Aim recommends not to remove the stock dash. Doing so will disable some of the bike functions or safety controls.


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BMW S1000RR & S1000RR HP4 AiM Solo 2 DL Plug & Play Cable

  • Below is a pinout drawing for the BMW Solo 2 DL plug & play connection cable





BMW S1000RR & S1000RR HP4 AiM Solo 2 DL Plug & Play Cable

  • BMW S1000RR, S1000RR HP4 Plug & Play connection cable

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