BMW F800GS F650GS(twin) ABS Master Switch Connector

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  1. Burnszilla

    Burnszilla BurnsMoto.com

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    The guys in GSpot requested these connectors and after testing they are now available...

    http://www.burnsmoto.com/bmw-f800gs-abs-master-switch-connectors.php

    Have you ever forgot to turn off your ABS while dirt riding? Now you can shut off your ABS for the day and not worry about it. Unplug the ABS connectors under the F800GS seat and insert these connectors. Add a switch to the two free wires and you're good to go. Works on BMW F800GS or F650GS Twin models. When the switch is open your ABS error will appear on your gauges. Be safe and make sure to turn your ABS master switch back on after you leave the dirt.

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  2. Motoriley

    Motoriley Even my posing is virtual

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    Ordered!:D
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  3. eddyturn

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    Ordered... I think. Never got the PP confirm payment screen.
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  4. Mark5PA

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    Ordered. Thanks for the work on this project.
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  5. Dockstrada

    Dockstrada Been here awhile

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    Just ordered one Schweet :freaky
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  6. Dockstrada

    Dockstrada Been here awhile

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    Just recieved a shipping notics from Stephen Burns ,man this guy works fast ,what great service.

    Cant wait :clap
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  7. eddyturn

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    Thanks Burnz got the connector really quick. Not sure where to mount the switch - any suggestions? I guess depending on where, that would determine the switch design.
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  8. Burnszilla

    Burnszilla BurnsMoto.com

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  9. Dockstrada

    Dockstrada Been here awhile

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    just fitted the switch works great,Just one question after i reclose the switch when leaving the dirt does the ABS fault light go out on its own ,or do i need to restart the engine to reset the ABS ?

    here is my switch :evil

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  10. Gregarious

    Gregarious Been here awhile

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    I'm interested in the switch, but the link is no longer valid. Is it still available?
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  11. Burnszilla

    Burnszilla BurnsMoto.com

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    I sold about 20 of them and the demand was so low that I'm not going to be selling them anymore. Sorry.
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  12. Gregarious

    Gregarious Been here awhile

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    Bummer! Any part numbers or sources you can share for components?

    Thanks!
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  13. nickgindy

    nickgindy KLR Basher

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    Bump.
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  14. Dell_dude

    Dell_dude Been here awhile

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    I'd like to know this too.

    Would really like to be able to install a switch for this without butchering the factory wiring.
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  15. txtallywhacker

    txtallywhacker screw schedules

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    this has gone the route of the indy mod. guys make stuff thats useful, but after 40 or 50 sales they stop making them.
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  16. Burnszilla

    Burnszilla BurnsMoto.com

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    So, I take it you would like me to start making these again? Perhaps demand is going up since more of these bikes are on the road.
    Please let me know how many units I need to make.
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  17. RandoCommando

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    I'd be up for one, depending on the cost.
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  18. Burnszilla

    Burnszilla BurnsMoto.com

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    I'll have 20 units available for order on BurnsMoto.com in about a week.
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  19. rediRrakaD

    rediRrakaD Whoopdie do

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    Thanks for restarting production!
    In.:clap
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  20. RandoCommando

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    Outstanding.
    Would you be so kind to update this thread when they are available?
    Thanks kindly!
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