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This is a list we should work on asap... The crank sensor I have but was OEM supplied. I will take photos and others can also help searching for them. Same thing with throttle position sensor. This should all be available somehow/somewhere. TPS is very similar to HD .. If Norton sourced it , its out there.
Wonder how the British motorcycle industry got by before they had to fit sensors - Oh! I know, they saved several hundred pounds on the price and didn't fit any at all. . . . .
 
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Here are some images of sensors with part numbers if I can see them. Bottom is air box air temp sensor .mI think SCS Delta can help us tremendously with sensor part numbers and compatibility.
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Re TonyA images. Here is the quandary, if any one of these sensors plays up or shut down, the whole engine misbehaves or shuts down, and it's you the bike owner who picks up the (sometimes expensive) tab!
 

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Great post, Tony. Haven't seen the word "Smashing!" lately. Is that taboo in the motorcycle universe?
 
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For those that need to know : 253.5 Deg F = 123.06 Deg C
Outside Air temp = 63 Deg F , 60 miles driven at 60 to 75 mph , both left and right side exactly the same .

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I went 20 miles on Saturday and the new Bosch sensor was 115 C °
Outdoor temperature around 14 ° C
 

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So do I take it that the original injectors are not BOSCH but copy's ?

I've had issue reading the 02 sensors as well, if anyone has those we pretty much have all sensors covered
 
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So do I take it that the original injectors are not BOSCH but copy's ?
I have no idea, Tony put up pics, presumably of the injectors on his bike, but no idea if they are oem or replacements... or if the Bosch ones are a compatible replacement! I guess I will find out when/if I need to remove mine.
 
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They appear to be Bosch knock offs to me. The exact Bosch part number I do not have . If we search maybe we can find it. Maybe SCS Delta knows what Bosch Injector part number it would be. I will get the ohms reading tomorrow on the coil. Its a Jetronic/minitimer plug connector , EV6 Type body , Grey color code signifies the flow rate I read.
 
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OEM is "supposed" to be BOSCH EV6

Says its "Jenvey part No INEV6L/276"

I have emailed Jenvey and will post the response here.



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I have no idea, Tony put up pics, presumably of the injectors on his bike, but no idea if they are oem or replacements... or if the Bosch ones are a compatible replacement! I guess I will find out when/if I need to remove mine.
Pretty sure they’re genuine. I had mine sent to a specialist for testing and cleaning when I was trying to figure out the idle problems. If they were fakes he never noticed and indicated they were working perfectly.
 

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For those that need to know : 253.5 Deg F = 123.06 Deg C
Outside Air temp = 63 Deg F , 60 miles driven at 60 to 75 mph , both left and right side exactly the same .
That's useful info. If the ambient temperature was higher would you expect the head temp reading to reflect that? I'm thinking that if you went out in 80 Deg F that would be 10 Deg C higher, so would that raise the head temp to 133 Deg C ? Given that the Bosch sensor is rated to 130 Deg C it could be pushing it if that were the case.

In the Bosch catalogue the section about the design and operation of the temp sensors says "Depending on the housing design, the sensors are suitable for measuring temperatures in liquids and gases. In motor vehicles they are used to measure the temperature of the intake air, i.e. in the range -40…130 °"

So it might be safer to use the Jumo which is rated to 150 Deg C.
 
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OEM is "supposed" to be BOSCH EV6

Says its "Jenvey part No INEV6L/276"

I have emailed Jenvey and will post the response here.



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That would be great ! The part number written on the fuel injector , I cannot find any information on. ( 01 G039B 5314 )
On the two I ordered from Norton I am reading : 11 Ohms on both with an analog meter . If I use digital Fluke I read : 11.4 ohms and 11.8 ohms . So this is the coil resistance which may be helpful to know.
 
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I hope Jenvey replies . They may give that cannot give information at this time answer.
 

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