BMW F800GS F650GS(twin) ABS Master Switch Connector

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Burnszilla, May 10, 2011.

  1. OZZY-GS

    OZZY-GS Been here awhile

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  2. pierce387

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    I want one !!! Thanks for making them again for us
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  3. Burnszilla

    Burnszilla BurnsMoto.com

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    Now in stock.
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    jengel451 1 Cool MotherF#$cker

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    awesome, ordered.
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    Been waiting. Must have. Ordered. thanks! :thumb
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  7. RandoCommando

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    Burnszilla
    I noticed it doesn't come with a switch, so I didn't order yet.
    Which switch do you recommend and where is a good place to locate it?

    EDIT: And please provide a link to the switch.
    Thanks
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  8. Burnszilla

    Burnszilla BurnsMoto.com

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    There is a switch at the beginning of this thread, that a user posted.
    I don't sell switches because there are so many options out there.
    Some people want them on the dash, or on the handlebars, on the tank, some want them hidden...
    I can't please them all.
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  9. RandoCommando

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    Ok. Thanks.
    I'll look around for that switch.
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  10. RandoCommando

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    Just placed my order.
    Now I just have to figure out a good switch to get.
    Preferably one that is water resistant and mounts to the handlebars, or nearby.
    Thanks for restarting production!
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  11. MJS

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    Burns,

    Just an FYI, these will work on other BMWs also. I know for a fact the F/G650GS single, the 650X and the R1200GS ABS systems can also be disabled if the front speed sensor is disconnected (switched off). Yes it will throw a fault and turn on the warning light but that will go away when the sensor is re-connected / turned-on.
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  12. Dorito

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  13. RandoCommando

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  14. Dorito

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    I had their top plate, so I mounted the switch much like the red switch here. +50K miles and no issues with the switch!

    [​IMG]
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  15. OZZY-GS

    OZZY-GS Been here awhile

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    Hello,

    Can you please advise if i have something wrong.
    I got you switch and wired it to a simple on of switch.
    I start the bike and the light on the dash stays on solid red, when i flick the switch it does not change. I presume the ABS light should go out?
    Please advise if something may be wrong.
    Cheers
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  16. nickgindy

    nickgindy KLR Basher

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    I just ordered one. When I get it installed next Sunday if no one replies before then I will try to help you out.
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  17. Dorito

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    ABS Light on, engine running
    Press your "Simple" switch
    Turn bike completely off
    Start bike up
    ABS light should be off


    Just a thought: is your "simple" switch an on/off button vs a momentary switch?
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  18. nickgindy

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    Ive got mine wired up and tested. Works as its supposed to.

    [​IMG]

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  19. RandoCommando

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    Are they waterproof switches?
    Have a link for them?
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