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Old 07-15-2006, 10:00 AM   #37
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Location: 39*40'33.86N 104*59'54.69W
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i'm willing to bet that they will work just fine...

folks i'm out of town,,but will be back in denver on the 19th,,,and check on this matter,,,,,up until now we have had zero problem with the abs not working on any bike that we've modified,,,the main error derives from speedo/odometer errors caused by the varying circumferences,,,some models actually can reconfigure the computer for the new rim diameters,,,unfortunately on mechanically drven speedo/odometers will require new facias,,,

most riders can easily figure BWOE that 60 mph equals 3.000rpm with their original wheel configuration,,,then they mark their speedo at the new spot on the speedo when they ride at 3,000 rpm= 60mph,,,the new reading will be higher or lower depending upon if the new rim is larger or smaller in circumference

in the meantime,,,i'll give a money back guarantee to anyone that is willing to solve this issue,,,woody
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