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I like..... :thumleft:
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Try this guy,

AfricanStuff GPS sales Wessel van Der Walt.

Address: 9 Kerkhof St, Eastern Ext, George, 6530
Phone: 044 874 5730

Email:
wessel@africanstuff.co.za

Cell:
083 640 6693
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BMW 1100/1150/ADV / Re: ABSIII, Servo Brakes problem.
« on: June 11, 2018, 04:50:20 pm »
Also if you unplug the ABS unit, you will have no brakes at all. Bypassing only the rear brakes might work but I'm pretty sure you will have the brake warning lights flash all the time. The ABS unit is pretty complex as it is also wired to the wheel speed sensors and activates the brake light.
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BMW 1100/1150/ADV / Re: ABSIII, Servo Brakes problem.
« on: June 11, 2018, 04:43:44 pm »
I had the exact same problem with my bike with the rear brake not working. The problem is a sensor inside the pump which packs up. I was later told this by Jughead who I donated my old pump to for spares. Instead of repairing the pump, I opted for removing it completely. If you are handy with spanners and wires, it's not a big job and costs absolutely nothing except a bit of electrical tape and a few crimp connectors for the relay. You simply re-plumb the brake pipes, splice a few wires and re-use the ABS relay to operate the brake light and that's it..

Link on how to do it here

http://www.ukgser.com/forums/showthread.php/232002-Simple-NO-COST-servo-removal-of-1150-IABS-system
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BMW 1100/1150/ADV / Re: Aaah! Why won't my brake pads fit.
« on: June 04, 2018, 09:08:06 pm »
http://www.nodico.co.za/

Got my rear disc from them.

Damage $$$$ ???

Disk and pads were about 2k.
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General Technical / Re: '99 BMW 1100 GS wiring diagram needed.
« on: June 01, 2018, 11:42:33 am »
Send me your email address, I have a pdf file that may help you
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Good Food & Braai / Re: The air fryer thread..
« on: May 24, 2018, 07:22:24 pm »
1300w
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BMW 1100/1150/ADV / Another fuel pump thread
« on: May 04, 2018, 08:40:55 pm »
This last weekend on a short ride my pig started sound like my ex-wife. And by the monday it sounded like one of the guys from Deliverance..
So off with the tank and out with the pump and filter. Tried Midas and could only find the Fram fuel filter and no pump. Filter was R160. But the salesman wrote down a part number and told me to try Diesel-Electric. I headed down there and got a pump for R638..
I fitted the new pump and filter but have not put the bike together yet. Will try on the weekend.





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Good Food & Braai / Re: Weber Q
« on: March 10, 2018, 07:23:05 pm »
The little gas Weber battles a bit with temperature to get the skin crisp so I had to bang it in the oven a bit, but the result was good none the less....
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Kawasaki KLE 400/500 & Versys / Re: KLE 500 spares and sprocket ratios
« on: March 05, 2018, 05:44:26 pm »
When I got the KLE the bike had 17/44 which seems to be the standard ratio according to the manual I have. So when it came time to replace I simply asked for standard sprockets but was given 15/46. This combination made the bike too buzzy, revving too much. I then purchased a 17 front sprocket and put that on and that seems to work well. 5000 rpm at 100 km/h, 6000 rpm at 120 km/h etc..
Chain and sprockets I got from Speedyquip here in PE. They seemed to have the parts on the shelf, maybe they fit other bikes too..
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Ride Reports / Re: The Dinosaur,The Quarry, The Newbies and Mud Mud Mud
« on: February 06, 2018, 06:53:44 pm »
Mooi man, that looked moerse fun.. You okes should of gone into the nearest Spar and bought one cake of soap and seen what the people tune.. :imaposer:
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BMW 1100/1150/ADV / Re: Info needed on brake system for 1150 GSA (ABS)
« on: February 01, 2018, 10:06:17 am »
Info on flashing lights here.. Gen refers to the triangular light below the ABS light.

Gen OFF, ABS ON = Only residual braking in both circuits.
Gen OFF, ABS flashes at 1 Hz = ABS not available. Pull-away test not completed.
Gen OFF, ABS flashes at 4 Hz = Only residual braking function available in both circuits.
Gen ON, ABS off = rear light/brake light defective.
Gen ON, ABS flashes at 1 Hz = At least one brake circuit without ABS.
Gen ON, ABS flashes at 4 Hz =At least one brake circuit in residual braking function mode.
Gen AND ABS flashing alternately at 1 Hz = Fluid level in Integral ABS too low, or Low voltage.

You also need to determine which type of ABS you have, Gen 1, Gen 2 or Intergral IABS as the reset and bleed procedure is different.
If you have the IABS system, send me your email address and I will send you a pdf file on how to service and bleed the system.
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BMW 1100/1150/ADV / Re: How to prepare my GSA for long time storage ?
« on: December 16, 2017, 08:28:45 am »
I would cover the bike with an old sheet. A tarp may trap moisture under it where as a sheet will allow it to breathe.
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General Technical / Re: Crack in rear brake disc
« on: December 04, 2017, 06:17:46 pm »
Give these guys a try, I got a disc and pads from them for my 1150..

http://www.nodico.co.za/
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I'm in....
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Ride Reports / Re: The Dinosaur and the Ghost Town
« on: October 12, 2017, 07:21:25 pm »
Lekker man, shot for the "kief" ride report.. :thumleft:
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The Comedy Club / Re: Photos that make you think WTF
« on: August 21, 2014, 06:45:11 pm »
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