Fuel booster plug water cooled Triumph twins –Speed Twin/Bobber/T120/T100/Thruxton/Thruxton R/Street Twin/Street Cup/Street Scrambler/Speedmaster
Do you find your EFI 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 all 900cc -Street twin/Street Cup/Street Scrambler/T100
and 1200cc- Speedmaster/Bobber/T120/Thruxton/Thruxton R/ Speed Twin
Just email us your model/yr when ordering
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.
Very easy to install with correct plugs ( PLUG AND PLAY ) no wire cutting required. It has a no quibble money back satisfaction 60 return and a lifetime product limited warranty
Important – 2021 Euro 5 ONLY Triumph models CAN NOT fit any form of tuner, including BoosterPlug & Power Commander. This is due to the ECU having anti-tamper software. Doing so will cause the MIL light to come on.
Awesome product. Easy to install and noticed an immediate improvement on the bikes performance. Much smoother,doesn’t cut out when idling. Very enjoyable ride!
Customer service is first class. You only really find that out when things dont go to plan.
Fitted booster plug what a improvement no more pulling back at low revs
Bike is now perfect x pipes next
Definitely made a difference, you can pull away on tick over without stalling, instructions very clear, one issue it says secure the temp sensor ideally somewhere behind the headlamp but it won't reach so its by the air intake left hand side cover.
JUST THE JOB, BIG IMPROVMENT