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Product Review: Boost by Smith Gear Indicator

Saturday, May 26, 2007 

Written by: Guy Caputo

Hello everyone, I was recently sitting in my hotel room at a Holiday Inn in York, PA with my laptop open and surfing the internet while watching an episode of Dancing with the Stars. I had my wife on the cell phone telling her how I thought the judges gave scores higher than deserved when I clicked on my Google search link for shift lights. I try to multitask when out on the road and always working in my room, anyways, I was going thru some websites for motorcycles when I happened upon a very interesting yet uncomplicated site with some very unusual products. It had everything I needed to keep me looking thru all the pages, something for everyone in racing whether you have an aspirated, nitrous or turbo bike. CO2 shifter kits, 2 step rev limiters, Boost controllers, multi stage boost controllers, Gear indicators with shift lights, and the list goes on and on. I could tell you all of every product in there, but I think I will just let you look for yourself and judge for yourself.

Set your browser to www.BoostBySmith.com and enjoy. This guy lives in Michigan, is a local racer and young entrepreneur. Now you all know how I love to highlight new and innovative products and I think this guy is a winner in this arena. I recently purchased and mounted the Gear Indicator with Shift lights.

It works great, does everything I could ask for, very bright LED’s, was professionally manufactured and had a well done instruction video. He even has videos for installation besides the instruction sheets. Check out this site and if you don’t agree with me that he has some intriguing products that perhaps you all could use in one form or fashion, then you’re an old fashioned fuddy duddy and stick in the mud. There, I said it.

New ideas and product innovation is what keeps our sport alive and kicking, maybe you have a new product that you think the racing community could use and we should all hear about. If you do, then contact me.