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Kawasaki 300 Versys BoosterPlug
« on: November 30, 2017, 12:46:51 pm »
Johan from Kempton Park is an avid biker. He has had more bikes than I can count, and actively rides from a 125 to a 1300, and all in-between.
He is very impressed with his Versys 300 - it is light, handles well on tar and dirt and keeps up with 120-130km/h traffic.
He is a BoosterPlug convert, having had good results on the Kawasaki 650 twins, Triumph 800 and 1200, BMW R1200GS LC to name a few.
He recently installed a BoosterPlug on his Versys 300. "Dis 'n ander fiets" he says. Bottom end response vastly improved, and it is just so much more rideable. He actually took it to the Kawa DP and told him to take it for a ride. "What have you done to the bike?" he asked. "Did you work on the engine, it is going really well?" No Johan replied, I just fitted a BoosterPlug.
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