Booster Plug modified
I installed my Sleeper Pro slip-ons and a Booster Plug last Saturday. The instructions for the Booster Plug say to place the sensor near the headlight for best performance but the wiring is about 18 inches short of being able to do that so I placed it on the rear subframe just under the seat. While riding Saturday afternoon I placed my hand in the area of the sensor and felt a lot of warm air from the engine flowing in that area. That tells me it is not the optimal position, especially when summer temps get into the mid 90 to 100 degrees as is common here.
The instructions also say that if needed, wire can be spliced in the sensor lead; so, this evening I did just that. I now have the sensor just behind the headlight. I'm sure the cooler the air hitting the sensor, the better. Seems the manufacturer could make the sensor wire a little longer to begin with but I guess on some Triumphs it is good as is.
2018 Triumph Bobber with Triumph brown quilted seat, BC Sleeper Pros, Booster Plug, leather fork bag
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