BMW R1200GS Fuel Pump Bypass Cable

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Burnszilla, Feb 20, 2009.

  1. Donz

    Donz AMFYOYO

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    I ordered a BMW fuel pump bypass cable and an SAE battery lead from http://www.burnsmoto.com/

    Burnzilla emailed me asking if I had correctly ordered the 2 very different items. I called him and let him know that , in fact I did order the 2 items on purpose (One for my ATV and the other for my GSA).

    I hung up the phone, and then the UPS man was there with my order from Burnzilla!





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    ...or a day or 2 later after I hung up with him (I forget)

    In any event, it got to me very fast.

    Thanks mate!
  2. Burnszilla

    Burnszilla BurnsMoto.com

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    You're Welcome!
    If a customer's ZIP code does not have all nine digits I search for them and add the remaining 4. My label printer also adds the Postnet barcode making the shipping process faster. First class in some cases ends up being just as fast as Priority. I also get all shipments out the same day of the order as long as I get them before 3:30pm PST.
  3. Time Traveller

    Time Traveller Adventurer

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    Recently updated my cellphone and I wanted to take advantage of a smaller charging cable (the usb variant) instead of the "large" factory cigarette lighter connector. Burnszilla came to the rescue with the addition of the usb/cigarette lighter adapter, a whole bunch smaller in size! Odered 2 yesterday and they both arrived today! Speedy service, quality product!! Life is good... :1drink
  4. Dave RII

    Dave RII n00b

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    Damn, I wish I had found this thread, and the other threads on this stupid pump module failing, earlier today. Mine just crapped out this morning ('07 GS). I hauled the bike to the dealer to hear "Well, we will probably get to it late next week."

    If my bypass cable arrives first I think I'll just go and pick the bike up whether they've fixed it or not, Farggin Bastages.
  5. sonic578

    sonic578 Been here awhile

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    I see your SAE battery lead cable is 24". What are the chances of getting one longer? I want to route it up to the handle bars to use for GPS on an 07 GSA. Stupid Garmin 2610 "waterproof" setup is not, so I'm planning to RTV their connector onto the unit, and use an SAE disconnect inline.

    Not sure of the length I need, but 48" should be plenty. If you can actually do custom length, let me know and I'll check length needed.

    thanks.
  6. Burnszilla

    Burnszilla BurnsMoto.com

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    I'll add the 48" cable soon. Thanks.
  7. Burnszilla

    Burnszilla BurnsMoto.com

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    Fixed...
    http://www.burnsmoto.com/sae-battery-lead.php
  8. sonic578

    sonic578 Been here awhile

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    and 28 minutes later it is available for order??!! Now that's impressive! :rofl Thanks!

    Now I'm gonna get greedy. I also need an SAE to SAE cable. i'll be cutting the cable and splicing each connector to 2 different places, so the 2 SAE plugs can be on different cables also. Radio shack has a 2-plug cable for $6, but the wires are tiny (22 ga).
  9. Burnszilla

    Burnszilla BurnsMoto.com

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    ....And even on Sunday!

    I'll have SAE-to-40 inches of wire, available at the end of this week. It's 16 gauge. I'll let you know the price when gets here.
  10. sonic578

    sonic578 Been here awhile

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    SWEEEEET! I'll hang tight til I see an update, then order all at once.

    One last request... can I get a brand new GS, for 1/2 off?? :ear

    You apparently take this service thing seriously... What a delight for us customers!
  11. RudyBoy

    RudyBoy Been here awhile

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    Thanks for the fast service: I ordered mine last week, and received it like two days later!

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  12. Burnszilla

    Burnszilla BurnsMoto.com

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    Here you go Sonic!

    http://burnsmoto.com/sae-extension-cable.php
  13. sonic578

    sonic578 Been here awhile

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  14. Burnszilla

    Burnszilla BurnsMoto.com

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    Still taking orders.
  15. Sunfire

    Sunfire I'm no n00b... :)

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    Quick question, does this also apply to an '09 GS Adv., or has BMW revised the fuel pump design?

    Thanks.
  16. Burnszilla

    Burnszilla BurnsMoto.com

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  17. Burnszilla

    Burnszilla BurnsMoto.com

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    bump
  18. whyknotboats

    whyknotboats CRANK IT UP!

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    Hey steve, thanks again for the plug. As you know, 80 mph down the road in Baja Mexico. Then, baaaaaaa! Dead on the side of the road, 103 degrees and 1 pm. 45 km to last town, now what. Of course, fuel problem in mexico, as I thought. No towed to city, internet riders site, info on a fellow mates similar blog in Morrocco. Cut 1 and 2 wire, then by pass the modulator. on our way again. This little gem is as important to carry on a bmw gs as your tire plug kit!! I told this story fast, but in reality, 2 days to discover the problem!!:huh Inmates, carry this among your group!:wink: Take care, Ken (aka) silverback
  19. rboett

    rboett posser noob 205

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    went to start this morning,, ran yesterday,, no problem,,, looks like no fuel today,,:puke1 will call the bmw roadside to take in.:puke1 :puke1

    only 2k on the bike:huh
  20. ikseso

    ikseso Adventurer

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    hi guy's does anyone know which side of the conector is the power the square or the round one? thanks