A novel testing system is designed and realized for fulfilling the performance and durability tests of commercial ABS modules. Instead of using real rotating component to generate slipping condition for triggering an ABS, this system relies on electrical signals to create virtual slip to mimic the situation of ABS actions for triggering the action. The system mainly concerns the dynamic responses, such as bandwidth and pressure holding capabilities of the hydraulic control unit of ABS after receiving the command. Meanwhile, additional monitoring sensors such as accelerometers and thermo-couples are also integrated for diagnosing ABS behaviors from a root-cause manner. Finally, essential benchmark tests using Bosch 9 modules are performed for demonstrating the performance of this testing system. Furthermore, in addition to the original purpose, this system is currently integrated with a rotor for performing braking tests to serve as a bridge between factory benchmark testing and the subsequent road tests. This testing system also provided space for evaluating controller design with commercialized module in real service and would be the major future work.