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ABS-II Possibly being repaired now

Found this over on the Adventure Rider forum. It seems that Module Master can now fix these with some degree of success.

Looks like I'll need to save up and send mine in.

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=783442

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Re: ABS-II Possibly being repaired now

That is encouraging news. I guess I haven't been over on the ADventure site lately. They also indicated an outfit that was trying to source pressure sensors for the I ABS units.

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Found this over on the Adventure Rider forum. It seems that Module Master can now fix these with some degree of success.

Looks like I'll need to save up and send mine in.

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=783442

Others have had these folks l rebuild the module for 8 to p hundred dollars.
http://www.autoecu.com/
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Others have had these folks l rebuild the module for 8 to p hundred dollars.
http://www.autoecu.com/
Sounds like you had a good experience with them. I had my experience with them when they were Auto and Truck Electronics. Seems like they keep changing their name to stay ahead of all the dings they receive on the BBB website, mine included.

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Sounds like you had a good experience with them. I had my experience with them when they were Auto and Truck Electronics. Seems like they keep changing their name to stay ahead of all the dings they receive on the BBB website, mine included.
You need to reread my post. I have had no contact with them.
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Found this over on the Adventure Rider forum. It seems that Module Master can now fix these with some degree of success.

Looks like I'll need to save up and send mine in.

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=783442
Lots of people on this forum will be keen to see how you go - all he best!

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yes please post results after you reinstall
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Re: ABS-II Possibly being repaired now

I have been reading the MOA forum and they have an update posted on Module Mater's repair of ABSII. It looks like they will also buy your old one if you have it laying around.

MOA forum thread here

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