Greetings. I ride my bike very day. I choose not to own a car anymore. That's my wife's baby. Now I've rebuilt and balanced more car and bike engines than I can remember. My biggest problem was getting the carbs balanced properly. I seek perfection. My mates joke that I've got a sensitive arse that knows when a motor is out of sync. Naturally they bring their motors to me for servicing and balancing. I recently purchased your Sync Pro balancer for my 1250 ABS Bandit. Over 20 years I've used the vacuum guages, home made balancers and recently the Morgan Carbtune . Your balancer is by far the superior device. What makes your balancer the best is the fact that " you balance the balancer before use". I previously found my vacuum guages better than anything else because you could balance them first even though this is not in the instructions of that balancer. I would use the same procedure as yours using 3 t-pieces designed for aquarium air hoses. Your device is however far more sensitive and accurate and I am now riding a Bandit that's as smooth as a sewing machine. The power increase is immediately evident and the fuel comsumption drop is at least 15%. Well done gentle men!!! I'm the happiest biker on the planet!! PS. Include in your instructions that after the first balancing, the bike should be riden for +- one week, then re-balance the balancer and then immediately the bike. An unbalanced engine has uneven build-up of carbon residues which result in un-even compression. When the bike is balanced the carbons clear resulting again in minor imbalance. The rebalance after a week starts to set this right. Then do it again a month later and you have a perfectly functioning machine. Keep it up Gents!!! Regards from me in Australia. You can quote me!!
on January 7, 2010