Abs fixed by tyler at module master

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  1. Bikerboy108

    Bikerboy108 Pat from Jersey

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    Big update ***fixed by tyler at module master***
    <hr style="color:#575757; background-color:#575757" size="1"> :clapWell here's my big update...Tyler at Module Master (www.modulemaster.com) started to work on BMW early ABS units and became pretty good with repairing them... He wanted to start working and be able to fix servo motor ABS- I-ABS, Integrated ABS, also known as ABS-III- which is the type used on my 2005 1200 GS... Well guess what after much trial and error and sourcing of parts Tyler worked through a lot of tough issues and FIXED IT!!! Wow we have a place to send these now to be repaired...Got the Pressure Modulator back . Steve my BMW mechanic put it in and have put close to 200 miles on it ...NO ISSUES.... Take a look at their web site and see what other car fixes they do ,some amazing stuff... Also if you have any ABS units laying around that you may have replaced ..send them out to Tyler , they need parts and cores because they can't be sourced anywhere...Finally an alternative to paying the Fatherland $2,400...Please post this where other BMW owners can see ...Thanks Pat
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  2. tjt94

    tjt94 Been here awhile

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    Tyler is great. He rebuilt my ABS-2 unit a month ago and the cost, $250, is a little less than the $2200 that BMW wanted. Module Master's warranty is also 5 years which is much longer than BMW. He had gone through a little trial and error prior to my unit but had if figured out before I sent it to them. The turn around was very quick as well. Module Master is a great resource.
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  3. Bikerboy108

    Bikerboy108 Pat from Jersey

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    Can we keep this in a prominent place I think a lot of inmates need this info
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  4. Beezer

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    soooooo... if we send Tyler our bad ABS what do we get? future draft picks?
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  5. Bikerboy108

    Bikerboy108 Pat from Jersey

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    help other poor inmates that can't pay $2,400 for a new one and have them fix it for reasonable amount of money...$200-$400 depending on problems...or send it out get an estimate and have an extra or sell it...call they may give you a few bucks for the core...Possibilities are endless!!
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  6. Bikerboy108

    Bikerboy108 Pat from Jersey

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    Talked to Tyler at Module Master today...said he was getting lots of calls from Beemer guys with ABS Issues...
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  7. Bikerboy108

    Bikerboy108 Pat from Jersey

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    Plus they give you a five year warranty!

    http://modulemaster.com/store/produc...S-Rebuild.html


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  8. tslewisz

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    Wow. I guess I won't be able to sell the working one I took off for a mint, then. :D
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  9. Bikerboy108

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    Talked to Tyler at www.modulemaster.com he said they were getting in a lot of units to fix. Although they are sourcing parts for all the different variants of BMW ABS systems they can still use donor units and are even willing to pay for them ! Just e-mail Tyler at tyler@modulemaster.com and tell him what you have...If so inclined you can donate them also...I know a couple of other people have. They module master pass the savings along...pretty reasonable and a 5 year warranty!!!
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  10. tjt94

    tjt94 Been here awhile

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    My unit is still working great after a 7400 mile trip to Honduras and back. It worked on the thousands of topes (speed bumps) I went over during the trip It went through a hurricane in Mexico and the 120 degree heat we have where I live. I am sure that it will still be working 5 years from now without having to send in for warranty work. I am a very happy customer.
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  11. rozemab

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    Just installed my unit in my K1200rs. Works perfectly too!

    +1 to module master,

    It's the real deal folks!
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  12. JStancampiano

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    He rebuilt a unit (iABS 07 R1200r) for us and it works great......good people:clap

    Joe
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  13. Bikerboy108

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  14. leafman60

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    I just had my module (2007 R1200GS) rebuilt by Module Masters. It is working great and now has the 5-year warranty.
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  15. def

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    ABS III repair? It was a matter of time before MM got this sorted.

    If it can be built, it can be repaired.
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  16. lch6257

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    Another happy customer here on a 2007 R1200GS. Fixed for $240 or so including shipping back in August 2012. No issues at all since rebuild. Save yourself a bundle and send the broken one in to Tyler @modulemasters.com. He knows exactly what he is doing.

    Lee

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  17. beantop

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    He really know his stuff, He sent me in the right direction and I was able to make repairs in less than an Hour:clap:clap. (just a broken wire on the ABS module)

    Will definately look him up in the future....

    I'm not sure BMW could have found and fixed the problem in as little tyme, Plus the repair cost absolutly no money, Just one butt connector and some tyme.

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    I would have incured at least a few hous in diagnostic tyme plus the down tyme of the bike if I had to take it to the shop.

    Thanx Tyler, for taking the tyme on the fone to send me in the direction I need to go.
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  18. tjt94

    tjt94 Been here awhile

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    I have put 22k on mine since the rebuild and everything is still good! I used the cash it would have cost for the BMW replacement for a set of Yacugar shocks, the price of the module master rebuild, a new set of tires, and a whole lot of gas.
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  19. infer66

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    Does anyone know what ABS version a 2008 1200gs ADV has? I am trying to see if module masters can repair my abs pump but I am not sure what version my bike has.
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  20. Flyboy08

    Flyboy08 Been here awhile

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    Weird....Tyler said he still cannot source parts for my iABS on my 02 k1200RS? Non integrated he has no problem with. My unit has been out of the bike for months waiting for MM to source the needed parts.

    Good for you navigating away from BMW!
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