Fuel booster plug – Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 & Continental GT 650
Do you find your bike prone to stalling at low engine speeds, lack of throttle response and a lumpy feel to your motor?
Have you fitted a free flow exhaust and worried about it running too lean?
Then this plug and play device will resolve these problems without the need to re-map you ECU.
Fits the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 ONLY
Modern EFI bikes especially Euro 4 run very lean in open loop mode and this can cause stalling, poor running and hesitant acceleration.
This fuelling device interrupts the signal from the air temp sensor and modifies it to make the ECU add approx 4-6% more fuel during acceleration in open loop mode, it will not affect MPG as it has no effect in closed loop mode ie. cruising mode or steady running. The device has its own temp sensor and it modifies the signal to release the correct amount of fuel for the measured air temperature.
Will NOT work with Euro 5 models as they have anti-tamper built into the ECU, please do NOT try to fit to Euro 5.
Plug fitted in a couple of minutes,super fast delivery.havnt had much time to evaluate it yet but seems like it has smoothed the stutter when blipping the throttle on down changes and made low speed roll offs less jerky.
Will comment when fitted.
But have to say as with all the orders I have placed the delivery was very quick.
This is an amazing product, Installation is 10 min job and it has made an unbelievable difference to the running of my Bike. Low speed ride is so smoot and the acceleration is just brilliant heating has also reduced.Thank you Tec Bike!!
Throttle response is much improved since fitting the booster plug in conjuction the DNA filter.
Hi excellent service as usual ,however I am having a problem with the booster plug.
I connected the plug as per instructions supplied with ignition in off position and then started the engine and allowed to idle for specified time.
All was well until as soon as I started to ride the bike the engine management light came on.
I had no issues with the bike until the booster plug was connected.
Could this be a faulty unit? Would appreciate any info to rectify this problem.
Kind regards Samuel.