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  1. Campanies that can repair a ABS Pump / Module?

    Can anyone give me the names of some recommended UK companies that can repair a ABS Pump / Module (Gen 2) for my 2007 R1200RT please?
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    This company is what I have found with a google...

    This company is what I have found with a google search.

    http://www.ecutesting.com/

    Anyone used them before, or are there any other companies that offer the service?
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    Thanks all, I'll get the ABS unit removed and...

    Thanks all, I'll get the ABS unit removed and sent for repair shortly.
    If I decide to remove the until myself, where do I send it for repair?
    Anyone in the UK (or Ireland) that repairs them?
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    2007 ABS Problem

    I gave my 2007 RT a major service a month ago (not sure it's relevant) oil, filters, tyres, brake pads, brake fluid, final drive etc etc for an upcoming trip to Morocco in a few weeks.

    Today, I...
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    Thanks for that.

    Thanks for that.
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    French power restriction

    Hi all
    I'm thinking of buying a 2011 R1200GS in the UK, but I just found out that the bike came from France and was first registered in France.
    I'm wondering if the bike will be restricted?
    The...
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    That's interesting, as that's what I imagined it...

    That's interesting, as that's what I imagined it would be, a more fun and lighter version of the RT..
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    Thanks, the R1200R looks like a lovely street...

    Thanks, the R1200R looks like a lovely street bike alright, and is probably fun too, must check it out.
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    My side entrance is 960 mm wide at the narrowest...

    My side entrance is 960 mm wide at the narrowest point between the 2 walls.
    My 2007 RT is listed as being 905 mm wide, and fits through, but not much space either side.
    The GS (same year) is listed...
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    R1200GS as a second bike

    I currently have a 2007 R1200RT, and have been thinking of buying a second bike for something different and also fun.
    I love my 2007 RT so I will be keeping that, as I find it perfect for touring...
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    Thanks for that. My 960 mm might be a bit too...

    Thanks for that.
    My 960 mm might be a bit too tight unfortunately, which would mean that I can't buy myself a GSA unfortunately..
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    2009 GSA width? - Will it fit?

    At the moment I have a 2007 R1200RT which I am very happy with.
    I want to buy a 2009 GSA that I have seen, but I need to know if I can fit it through the side entrance at my house first.
    The...
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    Gear Indicator electrical plug O-Ring

    Had a problem with my gear indicator being intermittent on the display (2007 R1200RT)
    Checked the potentiometer at the gearbox and the electrical plug was not fully pushed in.
    I removed the plug to...
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    I replaced the strip today, job was successful....

    I replaced the strip today, job was successful.
    Thanks for all the help and advice guys.
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    Just replaced my fuel strip today, the GS-911...

    Just replaced my fuel strip today, the GS-911 calibrated it fine, when I plugged it in outside of the tank.
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    It's the same as the GSA am pretty sure. So once...

    It's the same as the GSA am pretty sure.
    So once the level is below the pump, it's ok to remove the pump and replace the strip?
    Does calibration need to be done in stages, the first time when it's...
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    Thanks again Beemerman. I will be removing the...

    Thanks again Beemerman.
    I will be removing the old strip and replacing with a new one.
    I guess I can calibrate the new strip outside of the tank so.
    Do I need to drain the tank before I start the...
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    Thanks Beermerman. So what is the procedure...

    Thanks Beermerman.
    So what is the procedure after the tank is drained?
    I have the GS-911, just don't know what the procedure is after I drain the tank.
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    Thanks all. Can anyone confirm if it necessary...

    Thanks all.
    Can anyone confirm if it necessary to drain the fuel tank prior to changing the strip, as my fuel tank is almost full now?
    I might not bother with calibration if they come from the...
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    Thanks all. Is it necessary to drain the fuel...

    Thanks all.
    Is it necessary to drain the fuel tank prior to changing the strip?
    At what stage or how do I actually calibrate the strip with the GS-911?
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    Thanks for the help everyone. Managed to do the...

    Thanks for the help everyone.
    Managed to do the procedure correctly but still didn't work, so I am going to replace the fuel strip.
    I already own a GS-911 so I will be able to calibrate it as well....
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    R1200RT fuel strip repair

    Hi all, am new to this forum, so looking forward to learning loads from it.

    Just picked up a 2007 R1200RT, and the fuel strip is not working.

    I tried repairing the fuel strip with the Piezo...
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