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Old 12-13-2012, 08:36 PM   #1
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Help with a BMW 650 "project" - ABS removal?

I recently bought a 2002 BMW 650 engine and frame for a whopping $100, complete with wiring, swinger, TB etc. The plan is to swap the engine into a modified frame I have. After tearing into it a little, there's a LOT of wiring that I would like to minimize. I'm planning on building a sort of dirt tracker/gravel/FS road runner, and I don't want the ABS (among other things). I'd like to get rid of all of the hard lines, wires etc that are associated with it, as opposed to just using the switch to turn it off.

Is there a writeup anywhere on how to do this? What can I remove? Do I need to add any resistors, splice any wires etc etc to fool the ECU?

ANY help would be greatly appreciated!
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