It's not really that difficult once you've done it a couple of times. I put red grease on everything rubber so it pops off easier a lot easier without worrying that the plastic will break. First time is daunting but I take mine apart every couple of months to clean it.Bloody **** what a lot of complication.... Thanks for showing how it's done.......
There is no other plug on the airbox that would fit the plugs for the boosterplug right? I fitted the boosterplug to the rear right hand plug (as pictured). I didn't look around to see if it would have fit any other plugs.
I ask because I went for a test ride 30-40mph roads and don't really notice any difference.
I zip tied in front of airbox on the outside of the frame.
What differences have you noticed? I haven't really done any extensive testing yet.
Mines a may 16 built bike, the throttle was really bad and when I checked _COO. I've since adjusted it and it's perfect now, massive difference.Thanks for the info. I haven't quite put the paces on the bike yet with the boosterplug. My main gripe with the throttle was the abruptness of the on/off transition. I will check out the TPS and see where it is on the dash. I have a 2016 model so I likely won't have any issue, but who knows.
Thanks - I'll definitely check it out. I am afraid of taking the fairings and crap off though, it was such a pain the first time.Mines a may 16 built bike, the throttle was really bad and when I checked _COO. I've since adjusted it and it's perfect now, massive difference.
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its in there head...members go from checking there tps and saying its perfect now....then they buy power commander ..auto tune...disable this that and the other thing and say its perfect again...is it possible to be more perfect then perfect...i guess soWhere have the photos gone? I can't see any