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Module Master doesn't have a price on an iABS rebuild. A rebuild of an ABSII module is listed at $350, and an iABSII rebuild is $250.
https://modulemaster.com/rebuilds/product-category/motor-sports/abs-modules-motor-sports/

I haven't seen anyone claim to have an iABS module or servo fail after being properly maintained (BMW manual says flush it every year, but it's such a pain in the ass bleeding at the module that I just do it every other year or every 12k miles), but I don't see everything. I would hope that they were designed to be overly robust units since there's such little braking power when the system isn't on... When ABSII units fail, you still have full braking power, just no ABS. That's not the case with iABS, so the consequences of unit failure differ.
Thanks for the info. Seems like flushing will be a yearly event from now on.

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Old 11-30-2017, 05:14 PM
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Nice looking BCR there Feisty. Very clean and in great shape.
No one else commented yet so I may be making an arse of myself here, but I thought that the brakes are not linked.
None of my steeds have abs. I sometimes wish I had it ... just in case.
Thanks mate. Hey I think you are right about the lack of linked brakes on the BCR. Doesn't feel anything like the RT. I have only ridden the BCR for about 50 km so far. I pulled off the tupperware and noticed it had mixed non original fasteners and the lower fairing bottom bracket missing (the painful one in under the forks) a few other things suggest my 03 r1100s has had had a more cherished life even though it has twice the miles on it. The 03 is now ready for sale. Which leaves me more time to get to know the BCR

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Old 11-30-2017, 05:29 PM
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Your bike is gleaming way more than mine, except the headers!
Mine are gleaming as I read something on a biking forum* about Harpic Power Plus toilet cleaner.
So I got a bottle and wow, it cleans them up nicely as it has hydrochloric acid as an ingredient.
I followed it up with metal polish and they look a ton better.
The rest of the bike is shameful!
I don’t think I could part with that grey lady!

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Looks showroom. Nice find.
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Your bike is gleaming way more than mine, except the headers!
Mine are gleaming as I read something on a biking forum* about Harpic Power Plus toilet cleaner.
So I got a bottle and wow, it cleans them up nicely as it has hydrochloric acid as an ingredient.
I followed it up with metal polish and they look a ton better.
The rest of the bike is shameful!
I dont think I could part with that grey lady!

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Thanks!

And thanks for the tip about the harpic toilet cleaner. I'm happy because they sell it here in Oz.

Which one works better? The spring force or the citrus power? Just joking.

Bugger I might have to redo all the photos in my for sale ads. I'll let you know how I go.

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Well after pulling the tupperware off the BCR I noticed the lower fairing mount behind the roundel was missing. So now the search starts for a damaged fairing to get one from.

Next issue was evidence of a pinhole leak on the right side of the bottom of the tank. The remains of dark fluid where it has appeared to have leaked. There was also evidence of a corresponding stain on the inside of the fairing.

It appears the rusty filler neck (I have never seen one do it before) has dropped rusty steel particles into the tank and these have collected at the lowest point and rusted their way through the alloy. I can get a used tank in good condition for about USD 100 so it is not a huge issue. I'll replace the filler neck and the fuel filter at the same time.



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Old 12-01-2017, 10:26 PM
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Yeehah! I've finally bought myself an 01 BCR replace my 03 r1100s. The r1100s is pretty much immaculate with 49,000 km on it. The BCR is the same with 25,000 km on it. I was lucky and bought the BCR at about half market value from a mate who bought a new 18 GS. After prepping the 03 for sale and swapping the best bits onto the BCR I have noticed the earlier loom insulation is pathetic and feel I need to re-insulate most of the loom. The single spark seems to go as well as the twin spark so no issues there. No flat spots so very happy. Sad that I now have ABS. Even sadder because it has started to play up. My specialist bmw mechanic is more than happy to get rid of it for me when it truly fails. Not that I rely on self-cancelling indicators but the 01 does not have them but the 03 does. A shame. I installed heated grips on the 03. I now have to do it again on the 01 but as pre 2003 models are not pre-wired for grips I need an addition loom and an early heated grips switchblock. The 03 had the factory sports exhaust Verlinde which sounded great. The BCR has a two bothers which is LOUD. I'm enjoying it though as the burps and farts on over run remind me of the sound of my old ducati 900s2 conti's. Sad part is i have also just bought an immaculate r1150rt that also has ABS. Looks like I'm going to have to learn to bleed ABS brakes and how to paint early 2000 model forks....... Sent from my SM-N950F using Tapatalk
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Blimey ive Seen my fair share of tanks and fillers from when I was doing the extended tanks but thats a first for me secondhand tanks are cheap enough shame you are too far away currently reckon I have 5 in the loft,but a little short on filler necks
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Blimey ive Seen my fair share of tanks and fillers from when I was doing the extended tanks but thats a first for me secondhand tanks are cheap enough shame you are too far away currently reckon I have 5 in the loft,but a little short on filler necks
Agree with you Chris. No idea what has been done here. Maybe some additive that doesn't like steel? Not too worried about getting another one. I just want it sorted so that the bike is reliable as I plan to keep it a long time. I reckon they are about to plateau in value here before climbing. It would be great to have a few but I haven't got the room.

I tried the Harpic on the headers. It seems like they don't sell the Harpic hydrochloric versions in OZ anymore. They are listed on supermarket websites but come up as unavailable. The version I tried only made them.about 5% cleaner. I have found a cleaning suppliers that have a hydrochloric acid based cleaner so i will get some on monday.

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Dont forget to drill the new filler neck,as for the headers might have been on here years ago chrome cleaner like Solvolautosol and a piece of ratchet strap wrapped around twice and pull it backwards and forwards like a saw they clean up in seconds.
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Dont forget to drill the new filler neck,as for the headers might have been on here years ago chrome cleaner like Solvolautosol and a piece of ratchet strap wrapped around twice and pull it backwards and forwards like a saw they clean up in seconds.
Cheers Chris. I never got around to doing the old one. Lazy... How does the drilled neck cope with only a sidestand? I guess you just fill it up before you park it.
Ratchet strap. Hey I like that one. I spent an hour or two on the net researching last night and didn't see that suggestion anywhere.

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Dont forget to drill the new filler neck,as for the headers might have been on here years ago chrome cleaner like Solvolautosol and a piece of ratchet strap wrapped around twice and pull it backwards and forwards like a saw they clean up in seconds.
Awesome. Rachet strap!!!!!
Used some 400 to 1200 wet and dry followed by California customs purple on the strap. Thrilled with the result.
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Thanks for that Mitch. I did see another thread on this topic here. Unfortunately I don't have the tab anymore. Anyone got a spare?

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Cheers Chris. I never got around to doing the old one. Lazy... How does the drilled neck cope with only a sidestand? I guess you just fill it up before you park it.
Ratchet strap. Hey I like that one. I spent an hour or two on the net researching last night and didn't see that suggestion anywhere.

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The plus side you can squeeze every last drop in very quickly side or center stand,but ideally its fill it up and ride off,fill it up and let it stand on a warm day itll be blowing fuel out of the overflow because you will have lost every last bit of expansion room.
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My word, those headers have come up a treat! The bike presents very well. Showroom standard.
Cracking job!
Slight thread drift ... I remember the thread years ago about drilling the tank hole but I wasn’t convinced at the time. I forget why, but can someone kindly remind me of the point?
Extra capacity or faster to fill? Both?
How many more litres will it take?
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Easy to fill by some margin cuz it goes right to the brim because the holes negate the expansion room just don’t let it stand after ride off!!

How much extra? I’d just be guessing when some times i’ve Had a airlock maybe a couple of litres and sometimes less,what I can tell with a 24.9LT tank gets mighty expensive to fill when it’s empty.
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Thanks for that.
An extra couple of litres will come in handy.
It’s on my ‘list of things to do’ now. ��
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The difference between the bottom of the filler and full with the holes in the filler is 0.3 gal. on my bike.
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This boxer cup is possessed. Needs new tank and filler neck. Happy with that but can't find a filler neck.
Going for my first ride after 5 days of rain and realistically my first real ride for fun on it the freakin 2 bros exhaust falls off somewhere on a 30 km stretch a major highway. I've read of this happening to CF 2 bros. But thought i might get some warning.

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