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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Grok, Jun 27, 2011.
That is an impressive device. Count me in :)
If the harmonizer can get me laid, I want one.
I've got one, and it's a great bit of kit, but getting me laid it 'aint ...
Then you're not using it right...
In that case, I demand a copy of the updated instruction manual, complete with colour illustrations and a full list of telephone numbers starting 00 64 ...
Does anyone know where I can purchase a Harmonizer tool or when they will be available? I looked at the first post and it says "out of stock, available late summer"? Thanks for your help.
Have you tried reading *ANY* of the thread besides the first post?
You'd be amazed the information you can find!
I really have to unsubscribe to this thread....at first I found it amusing when a few people asked the question without reading but OMG....stop the bleeding!
Now this shouldn't be necessary but maybe it's time for a mod to make a post in this thread in upper case bold for people to take a minute to read to see the very clear status of Grok's products.
Hehe I just subscribe to see Dallara making his self-appointed gate-keeping comments
Now girls..... play nice or you will need a spanking.
Oh beat me, make me feel cheap.
...so does it compare to a Twinmax in accuracy and ease of use...now go ahead and roast me for not reading the entire 80 pages...
Now, I understand - the chances of me getting one of these is about the same as getting laid!
Its simply better in every way.
Just having the tach, alone, sets it above everything else.
Well, it's kind of like this... Imagine this is the TwinMax...
Then this is the "Harmonizer"...
How about a Carbmate? Since, you know, those actually exist.
Oh, "Harmonizers" exist, AC...
It's just that they don't in your world since you don't have one.
Right, so here we are, probably 30 pages of posts since the last Harmonizer was ever sold, with guys constantly asking how to get them.
We need to move on, and help guys find legit alternatives as bikes still need this maintenance whether Grok can supply Harmonizers or not.
I used a Vacuummate over the weekend to sync my TB's. It was a dream. Excellent tool, wonderful kit. Only problem? $600.
Then why don't you try one of TecMat's lesser cost alternatives, like the "SynchroMate" (MSRP $288) - http://www.tecmate.com/d_synchromate.php#img - which pretty much does everything the "Harmonizer" will do, or maybe even their "CarbMate" (MSRP $139) - http://www.tecmate.com/d_carbmate.php - which is not quite as capable but is a good synch tool...