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Old 11-28-2017, 10:58 PM
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iABS Modules to be Rebuilt

I just an email from ModuleMasters indicating that they are almost ready to begin rebuilding ABSIII units. Get in touch with them to get your name on the waiting list. Here's the message from them.

"IMPORTANT: To remain on the waiting list (and to get your iABS rebuilt before we officially advertise our rebuild) you will need to send a reply to this email (abs3waitlist@modulmaster.com).

In the coming weeks, as our final parts are being manufactured, we'll be contacting you with how to proceed with the rebuild. There is no obligation to have your module rebuilt if you decide to stay on the waiting list- You're welcome to follow along with our process via email updates.

Once again, to remain on the waiting list please reply to this email. We will send a confirmation once we receive your reply.

Sincerely,

The ModuleMaster Team"
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Re: iABS Modules to be Rebuilt

They've been saying this exact same thing for a long time.........
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Re: iABS Modules to be Rebuilt

Yeah, but it's the first time I've been contacted by them. So maybe, just maybe, they have sourced all the parts in quantities that they can provide rebuild service. Seems like a positive sign to me, so we'll see. BTW, I sold my k12s two years ago after doing an absectomy. So I have skin in the game now, moved on, ancient history.
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Re: iABS Modules to be Rebuilt

Theres a bloke already doing ABS rebuilds in South Australia. Ex BMW employee.
Found him on our Oz selling items and services web site "Gumtree"
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Re: iABS Modules to be Rebuilt

I rebuilt my own two years ago and it still works great.. I posted photos and instructions on i-BMW at that time.
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Re: iABS Modules to be Rebuilt

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I rebuilt my own two years ago and it still works great.. I posted photos and instructions on i-BMW at that time.

Yes but the iABS2 is already repairable by ModuleMaster.On their website for $250.00.Guaranteed and tested.


https://modulemaster.com/rebuilds/sh.../abs-ate-abs4/

What everyone "on the list " is waiting for is the iABS repair:


https://modulemaster.com/rebuilds/sh.../abs-fte-abs3/
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Spent years tooling and manufacturing parts they claim, I'll believe it when I see one sent rebuilt and returned in perfect working condition with "NEW" and no used parts from other turned in and acquired units.
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Yeah, but it's the first time I've been contacted by them. So maybe, just maybe, they have sourced all the parts in quantities that they can provide rebuild service. Seems like a positive sign to me, so we'll see. BTW, I sold my k12s two years ago after doing an absectomy. So I have skin in the game now, moved on, ancient history.
they just found enough old units to steal parts from to make up some working units, I know im an asshole.
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