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Brian Padovano on 6/16/2019 11:07:10 AM
Review: Awesome product, took no more then 5 minutes to install. Hold on It will throw you into 2nd! Definitely seen a difference after installing.
"BUY THIS NOW"
B Karcher on 8/1/2018 7:31:53 AM
Review: ATRE from GMan Industries: Super EASY plug and play dongle installed in about 10 minutes. For $49.95 it's the BEST mod you can do for the money. Performance enhancement most noticeable in 2nd and 3rd gears. No more jerking in 1st gear. Along with the GMan shifter bushing, greatly improves shifting, opens up the bike. It screams down the highway now. Up to 80 MPH in the blink of an eye! Pure ecstasy!
"TRE 2009 M90"
Horace Watson on 4/13/2018 4:50:52 AM
I just purchased the timing retard eliminator for my 2009
M90 Boulevard and have to say it's great! I can't believe the difference it
made. Not only does it have more power but it's so much smoother in the first
three gears. I highly recommend this part to anyone looking for a little extra
power and a lot smoother ride.
Best 49.00 you'll ever spend!
Christopher Rempe on 10/14/2017 3:43:51 PM
Review: For $50, you can't beat the performance/cost value. Smooths out those first 3 gears while increasing performance. Sounds contradictory but that's the best way to describe it. On the M90, you do need to remove the ignition block to get access to the necessary connector. Super easy but probably should be included in the instructions. My instructions referenced the 109 so there is probably one generic sheet. No big. This is something you will benefit from all the time. You should get one.
"TRE 2015 C90T"
Roman on 7/26/2016 6:12:47 AM
Review: I'm more than happy with the TRE. Installed on my 2015 C90T in 5 minutes the bike got its dignity back in the first 3 gears, with drastic torque improvement. It took just 10 days to ship over to Europe. The detail about the indicator showing only gear 4 is really nothing compared to the gain of power, especially as I often ride fully packed with passenger. After a 2000 miles tour, I'm absolutely convinced! That little thing will stay attached as long as I own this bike. Thanks GMan!