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    HealTech Timing Retard Eliminator

    Anyone have one of these? Im buying a speedohealer and wondering if this is worth getting for an extra bonus? http://www.healtech-electronics.com/

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    Check with SkydiveSonic....I know he's investigated pros & cons for his Gixxer.

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    I use the JSD Pro. Works a treat, is very small and easy to package. Bike has much improved throttle response in lower gears. First class customer service, too. '07 G1K.

    See here:

    http://www.jsdproducts.com/Product_I...o/jsd-pro.html

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    I had a TRE on my gixxer, but got rid of it cos I missed the gear indicator on the dash too much. The JSD Pro keeps it though, so I might invest in one of those at a later date.
    If you wanna say something, speak into the mic. It's right above my balls.

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    Thanks mang! I guess it just speedohealer fer now den.

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    The website says it'll preserve the gear indicator, so it's up to you. I did notice the throttle had way less lag than without. Seemed to pick up nicer. Helped with the wheelies too Looks like this one needs some splicing however, whereas I believe the JSD Pro has factory connectors all round.
    If you wanna say something, speak into the mic. It's right above my balls.

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    The JSD Pro requires the moving of a couple wires in the main harness connector. Quite simple but, nonetheless delicate work. Still a way better solution than cutting and splicing things.

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