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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-17-2017, 06:27 PM Thread Starter
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My friend is going with OZ magnesium wheels that require different setup for the ABS ring up front.

Will a different ring make any difference in how ABS is operating?

The stock ring is bigger in size and has bigger holes compared with aftermarket that is smaller with narrow slits for openings.

Also, if ABS is completely switched off and ABS pump is removed, is it safe to remove the sensors completely or computer still needs those inputs?

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The computer still needs the sensors and rings for wheel speed values. These effect traction control (power delivery, torque reduction etc).

Read this info. It will work with the new ring but the sensor needs a bracket to be adjusted correctly.



alpha Racing ABS/DTC Front Sensor Ring 86mm BMW S1000 RR (2010-, 2015)
Part Number: 3631A054A00-01

Sensor ring front ABS/DTC, magnetic steel nickel plated, hole circle 86mm, 6 holes d=8.2mm, fits OZ and Marchesini rims with hole circle 86mm, for rotor mounting, to be used with ABS sensor bracket 3631A056A00-01.This sensor ring is needed to fit with Racing brake discs on aluminum or magnesium racing wheels OZ or Marchesini with hole circle 86mm. Weight: 0.06 kg. Modification Requirements: When using this segmented DTC ring it is necessary to adjust the position of the sensor by mounting bracket 3631A056A00-01.

https://alphasbk.com/products/alpha-...0-rr-2010-2015
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Bennymx, this info is gold. How can I thank you? You helped me with HP rearsets for the XR and now this. Fantastic.

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The computer still needs the sensors and rings for wheel speed values. These effect traction control (power delivery, torque reduction etc).

Read this info. It will work with the new ring but the sensor needs a bracket to be adjusted correctly.



alpha Racing ABS/DTC Front Sensor Ring 86mm BMW S1000 RR (2010-, 2015)
Part Number: 3631A054A00-01

Sensor ring front ABS/DTC, magnetic steel nickel plated, hole circle 86mm, 6 holes d=8.2mm, fits OZ and Marchesini rims with hole circle 86mm, for rotor mounting, to be used with ABS sensor bracket 3631A056A00-01.This sensor ring is needed to fit with Racing brake discs on aluminum or magnesium racing wheels OZ or Marchesini with hole circle 86mm. Weight: 0.06 kg. Modification Requirements: When using this segmented DTC ring it is necessary to adjust the position of the sensor by mounting bracket 3631A056A00-01.

https://alphasbk.com/products/alpha-...0-rr-2010-2015
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Okey, so I was very happy with what seemed like the parts I needed. Only to realize that the wheels have 5 holes and not 6. The photos of the parts that I am looking for are attached to this thread. Please help...
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