10-07-2011, 06:09 PM
Joined: Nov 2001
The 1st post of this thread has links to additional technical questions and answers.
Originally Posted by erkmania
You're just testing me, right? There seems to be at least one feature to compare, i.e. the position of the sensor. I admire that IICE Aire is more adjustable and appreciate that. The BoosterPlug dude (Jen?), however, extolls the alternate virtue that his non-adjustable sensor can be placed where it is most useful. What say you?
As listed on the first page of this thread.
Does the location of the sensor make a difference?
I ask my many questions with high regard for your posted background. I suspect the complete answer lies in disclosing a little more about how the IICE Aire and the IICE Cool(ant) work in harmony.
Also listed in the first post of this thread
The product works by itself, and in combination with future products:
For my part, I have a bike that runs less than ideally and I want some resolution; via the dealer (argh!) or some aftermarket (and, well thought out) devices.
I may have some faith in our beginnings, but I don't assign the same faith to advertising hyperbole.
An illustrious quote from vermin:
"I lie to myself because I am the only one who continues to believe me."