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Anyone have any knowledge on this product.




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If this works out I also have some headlight fluid for sale and horn air if you're running low.

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If this works out I also have some headlight fluid for sale and horn air if you're running low.

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Kinda what i'm thinking also. But hey you just never know.

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If the circuitry is acutually connected? and thats a big "if" - its the usual tricking the air temp/resistance garbage. Steer clear. Personally, I'd rather fool the TPs slightly for similar effect - for free
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According to their Dyno numbers the Versys stock engine puts out 100 horses....if this is so who needs their stinkin' chip?

Seems they don't have a clue as to what a "Versys" is!?

Other than it's a motorcycle...perhaps.

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Shamefully, I tried one of these things on my truck a few years ago....didn't change anything one bit--for the better or worse...complete waste of money. The stronger piston return springs and ceramic exhaust bearings, however, worked wonders!
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