Absolutely! It's a shame that it doesn't work with Indians too.And for the budget minded, since the frequency of actually using the GS-911 tool is low, a group of rider friends can share the cost by as much as ten ways (VIN numbers) making the cost only $30.00 per person.
And, since an R18 is so expensive, a group of friends "can share the cost" airplane owners do it all the time.And for the budget minded, since the frequency of actually using the GS-911 tool is low, a group of rider friends can share the cost by as much as ten ways (VIN numbers) making the cost only $30.00 per person.
I appreciate the info GP and I'll take your advice when it comes time that I need it. In the mean time, I'm hoping that the folks who program the GS911 will do a proper update that allows it to reset service intervals.That pretty much mirrors the reply that I received from their Support Desk after I sent them what my GS-911 read when I plugged it into my R18. That is why I immediately bought an OBDLink scan tool and downloaded the Pro version of MOTOSCAN and "got the job done" for about $130. The primary need I have for either device is resetting service lights; secondary is finding and clearing diagnostic codes. Although an excellent tool, my GS-911 "just ain't cutting it" for my R18 at this time. Paying a dealer an hours shop time and dealing with the associated hassle just to reset a service light is not for me.
Fantastic news! I had all but given up on that upgrade. Thank you for posting this info!Finally got the upgrade downloaded for the R 18 on my GS-911. New firmware was put out in November 2021, but hadn't seen any mention of it until I went on line to Hex Code to check it. After downloading, the diagnostic test does show the R 18.