xDS Interface (Suzuki, Honda, Kawa)


This xDS Interface provides a quick way to record the motorcycle’s engine RPM, and engine coolant temperature, this is specially useful with on-spark coils, in which the inductive clamp maybe too big to fit in, and difficult to access.


    • USB Interface, 6 meter cable lenght (cable transmits serial data to reach higher noise immunity, USB adaption is provided only at the end of the cable)
    • This interface is managed directly by SportDyno (ver 4.0 and 4.1), it does not depend on the DAQ (SP1-SP6)
    • Supports the following brands:
      • SDS Suzuki
      • HDS Honda
      • KDS Kawasaki

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Channels available per brand

    • Channels available per brand below (not all models will enable all channels):
Channel SDS Suzuki HDS Honda KDS Kawasaki
Engine RPM
Engine Coolant Temp
Throttle Position
IAP1 Intake Air Pressure 1
IAT Air Intake Temp
Battery Voltage
Vehicle Speed
STP Secondary Throttle
Cilynder 1 Advance
Cilynder 2 Advance
Cilynder 3 Advance
Cilynder 4 Advance
Driving Selection Mode 1&2
Exhaust Control Valve
IAP2 Intake Air Pressure 2
Idle Target RPM
ISC Valve Position
Cilynder 1 Injection Time
Cilynder 2 Injection Time
Cilynder 3 Injection Time
Cilynder 4 Injection Time
Starter Signal
Tip Over Sensor
Ignition Key
O2 Select Control Terminal
Exhaust Valve Ctrl Terminal
Neutral Switch
Cootdng Fan status
Pair Solenoid status

Ecu types available

xDS Window

In this window the computer shows the available channels, and the user can select those channels that want to acquire. Suzuki and Honda motorcyles send all channels every time, but with Kawasaki motorcycles each new channel has to be requested and make the communictions slower. In the example only Engine RPM and speed are selected.

After selecting which channels are going to be used in the system, these channels can be used either on the Ratio Window or during the recording of the test.

Ratio Window

Channel selector

List of XDS channels is added to the main Channel List of the program, so they can be displayed in the Gauges Window.