I installed the Booster Plug the same day I installed the Sleepers so I don't know if it helped with deceleration poping or not but I do think the bike runs better and I'm not getting any popping. The Sleepers are a straight through design so I think without the Booster Plug I would be getting deceleration pop. I'm running an Akrapovic exhaust on my BMW and without the Booster Plug I have on it I get lots of popping so it definately helped the BMW.
Whether its the free flowing exhaust, the Booster Plug or the combination, I can't say. Maybe I'll unplug the Booster Plug and reconnect the air temp sensor directly for a test one day just to find out. I currently have the sensor mounted on the rear subframe just under the seat but yesterday while riding I placed my hand there and I can feel quite a lot of engine heat flowing by it. I plan on cutting the wires and extending the lead for the sensor so I can mount it near the headlight shell before the summer temps hit.
I have some tan leather on hand and I'm thinking I may re-cover the stock seat. Don't know if it is worth the trouble though since my modded brown quilted is working OK.
2018 Triumph Bobber with Triumph brown quilted seat, BC Sleeper Pros, Booster Plug, leather fork bag
2009 BMW R1200GS Adventure
2006 Harley Roadking
Last edited by Bikerdib; 02-19-2018 at 12:24 PM.