I tried ordering an Accelerator module from the UK company, Solid Solutions, in January. While their web site is still running, and their Paypal account is still taking money, they do not respond to emails or phone calls.
Paypal has refunded my purchase, as they were unable to get a response from the company.
They appear to be out of business.
Their website is: http://www.sol2.be.html
OR MAYBE NOT.
Thursday, Feb 18th.
I just got a message from my PO forwarding group that they have received a package from Solid Solutions (from Belgium!). They are sending it to me. I'll get it next week and will see if it contains an Accelerator Module. I suppose it should.
Which means they did get my order. Filled the order and mailed it to me. All without ever responding to either myself or Paypal.
Curiouser and Curiouser! as Alice would say......
I received an Accelerator Module two days ago and installed it. The one they sent is their compact version. ( I had ordered the extended version.)
I wanted to solve the jerky throttle response this bike has when riding on loose, rocky dirt roads. Amazingly, this thing works! It has calmed the jerky throttle problem. One still needs to manage the throttle, but the nervous, jerky response has gone away.
So the product works as advertised; however the company, or person or whoever is running this website, does not appear to have it together. It appears to be the least expensive solution to the jerky throttle problem on the market, if one wants to put up with the difficulties in getting one of these things.
Last edited by bikemechanic53; 1 Hour Ago at 05:32 PM.
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TBH i wouldn't bother buying one anyway. They make very little difference, IMO, to the bike.
And your web link does not look correct.
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