The wheel speed sensor has been damaged or not refitted correctly. Suggest returning the bike to the tyre fitters and get them to check over.
This is the answer.The wheel speed sensor has been damaged or not refitted correctly. Suggest returning the bike to the tyre fitters and get them to check over.
That would be my guess.Or the wheel is in backwards with the reluctor ring on the wrong side. Dunno if it's possible on an r7 but it is on a tenere. If it is backwards the tyre will likely need remounting so either way it's back to the shop or preferably a different one that has competent staff.
Not possible, the cush drive/sprocket would be on the opposite side of the bike. best guesses, tone ring was not reinstalled, got bent or the sensor is broken.That would be my guess.
Hey good point. My brain went right to the rear only. Probably shouldn't post before bed .The front wheel doesn't have a sprocket or cush drive. Either way it would be nice to get an update.....