So when you roll off the throttle, is it a lot smoother?Ok, so I installed the BoosterPlug tonight. Turned out to not be a hard job. Side covers, seat, tank side covers, four bolts for the tank, and then I was able to lift the tank a couple inches and prop a stick under it to hold it up so I could reach in and get to the connector. Then I ran the temperature sensor to a spot under the back seat where it's not visible unless you look, put it back together, and I was done. How does it work? Exactly as advertised. I was kind of surprised because I'm a bit skeptical about most claims, but it makes a noticeable difference. It feels like a much more refined ride, and it made my exhaust sound a lot better. Gear 1 is now really smooth and seems to go further, acceleration in general is much smoother, power seems more uniform... basically everything it promised to do on the box, it did. I'm pretty happy with it.
I should have taken video, but I did take a couple of pictures, I just don't know how to post them here. If I figure that out I'll post them. All in all, though, given that I'm not racing on a track, I think this BoosterPlug will basically do the job of something like a PowerCommander but with much more simplicity and a much lower price. Waiting for a high-flow air filter, we'll see how that works with the boosterplug.