I haven't but I'm here out of curiosity. Seems to me is that it just high jacks a few of the bikes systems to provide a "smoother" riding experience. I'd want to see real world results or dyno results before I'd spend my money.
Post by christopherkale615 on Jun 18, 2018 1:24:00 GMT -6
I have not tried to install it on a GSXS 750, but I did install it on a SFV650. Not sure if your looking for advice on purchasing the plug or an install question. For what its worth all it is is a resistor that tricks the ecu/ecm into think8ng it's colder outside than it really is and thus adding more fuel to the injectors. One could build one themselves if they have some technical knowledge with electrical resistors and potentiometers. If your looking for a serious boost on the bike look into Dobeck EFI tuner. That's a serious enhancement to the bikes performance. Hope that ramble helps in some way.
I have the Boosterplug installed on my '18 GSX-S750. I have not done any dyno testing, so the following is just my opinion:
My reason of getting one was to have a smoother throttle response on low rpms at low speed (mainly for riding in slow, heavy traffic because I felt that the bike was very jerky) and the Boosterplug works perfectly for that. The bike is noticeably smoother at low rpms and also while decelerating. Other than that I have seen no difference. I should also note that this is with a Yoshimura alpha slip-on exhaust installed.
When I initially installed the Boosterplug, I also installed a K&N air filter along with it (the Yoshimura exhaust was already installed before this). The bike ran worse after that and the throttle was very jerky. I think the bike was running too lean. I removed the K&N air filter (and left the Boosterplug installed) and the bike has run very smooth after that.
I am no expert but if you have any other questions, I will be happy to answer.