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BMW R1250 Series


BMW R1250 Fuel Injection Tuning

The new shift-cam engine is a massive upgrade for the BMW boxer and it was necessary to make the engine cope with the extremely air/fuel mixture requirements.
Unfortunately the advanced camshaft technology it is not the solution to all problems.
The lean mixture makes the combustion temperature higher, and especially the thermally stressed exhaust valves are having a hard life on the lean mixture. 
Another issue with the lean air/fuel ratio is the weak idle and the poor low speed throttle control, and this makes your expensive premium bike less than perfect to ride.
The BoosterPlug tuning module have been extremely popular with BMW R1200 owner’s for many years, because it is an easy and reliable way to fix the common issues, and despite the advanced technology in the new R1250 engine, there is no substiture for having the best possible air/fuel ratio.
So your R1250 boxer still need the small controlled fuel enrichment from the BoosterPlug to perform the best it can.
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Solve the common problems with weak idle and rough low speed running

There is no way to make an engine perform the best it can when the air/fuel ratio is too lean, and the usual problems is lean idle with a tendency to stall and a horrible on/off like throttle action that makes the bike harder to control in tight situations. The BoosterPlug solves these problems by making the mixture slightly richer where the engine needs it the most.

"The BoosterPlug is the better and cheaper alternative to a Power Commander"
The advanced and complicated Power Commander will let you change every parameter in the fuel injection programming, and this is actually the biggest downside of the Power Commander, because having a thousand adjustments is only an advantage if you can get all of them right - and most Power Commanders are never set up correctly. The BoosterPlug is working on top of the very good factory programming and will just add a fraction of gas where the engine needs it. Changing as much as necessary but as little as possible is the winning formula here :-)