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    Re: Long Awaited ABS conversion

    Well Ladies & Gents ,

    An update on my ABS Upgrade,

    I have completed the pipework , I was pretty straight forward working back from the colour bands that were present on the pipework and I was fortunate to have colour markings on the pipes. I further checked what I did be cross referencing , were each goes from the online parts lists and microfiches from Honda stealers.

    She's all bled now with fresh new brake fluid, and I plan to start fitting the electrical harnesses , lower fuel tank , airbox and inner panels next.

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    Cant wait , to power , prove to the modulators function ... will revert next episode soon...

    I think I am half way there now ... spent 558 , and with some parts to sell , to claw some of my money back.

    Parts which I am going to sell

    2002 non ABS full harness.
    ABS harness which I am no sure what year ( different ECU FI plugs).
    spare Front Right brake caliper ( non ABS).
    Various used Honda Non ABS pipework.
    Spare non ABS final drive.
    Non clocks set.

    Think ebay will be the way to go with these.
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    Re: Long Awaited ABS conversion

    I am impressed. To say that's no small undertaking is an understatement. I don't recall anybody here ever do that but I haven't been here all that long.

    Best of luck on your shakedown ride when the time comes.
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    Re: Long Awaited ABS conversion

    Congrats on completing your hard work. Good pics.
    Jim

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    Re: Long Awaited ABS conversion

    Well done Tony, I hope your garage was heated.
    Keep up the good work.
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    Re: Long Awaited ABS conversion

    Interesting project for sure. Is there a difference between the ABS and non-ABS calipers? I know the front sensor mounts to the caliper bracket, not the caliper itself.


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    Re: Long Awaited ABS conversion

    Great progress!


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    Yes , I wouldn't be without my heater , and plenty of tea on thee cold nights ... Upt'North..

    a few shots of whiskey helps as antifreeze too

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    Re: Long Awaited ABS conversion

    Quote Originally Posted by wjbertrand View Post
    Interesting project for sure. Is there a difference between the ABS and non-ABS calipers? I know the front sensor mounts to the caliper bracket, not the caliper itself.


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    the rear calliper and the front left is the same. The front right calliper is the same apart from one part. This is a changeover exercise which includes the front abs sensor bracket. These cost about 170 pounds from Honda as a separate part , but bought a whole right calliper assembly from eBay for 50 , and changed the part over onto calliper on my bike.


    if you look at the microfich online , the part number is 45290-MCW-D11 ( bracket sub Assy .,r.front)

    on on the microfich then non abs part is to the left on it.

    hope that helps

    tony

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    Re: Long Awaited ABS conversion

    Quote Originally Posted by technotony007 View Post
    Yes , I wouldn't be without my heater , and plenty of tea on thee cold nights ... Upt'North..

    a few shots of whiskey helps as antifreeze too
    Thank god drunk in charge of a spanner isn't an offence; yet! I noticed your Whiskey's got an "E" in it. An Irish fan?
    Upt'North.

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    I had the Whiskey or Whisky discussion with a riding buddy who works for Bulleit Distillery (his father is the founder). IIRC, he said "e" usually indicates an American product, but not always. Looks like Americans and Irish use the "e". Scots omit it.
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