I like the terminology Hotrodding when used in this context. If you think hotrodding does not involve improving fuel delivery vs. engine requirements then you had better speak to Vic Edelbrock. What these fellas are doing is attempting to take an already acceptable fuel delivery scheme and improve on it. And while their efforts may not ad bundles of power, they may end up with a nicely refined fuel delivery system from which many of us will benefit. And no, the GS will not set world speed records, the reason many of you object to the hotrodding terminology, but I believe Hotrodding is exactly what these folks are doing to the BMW boxer engine...it just involves a computer, not loud pipes, wild cams, exotic engine modifications, etc., although, I would like to see a boxer engine modified using this approach. But, if you object strongly to the term Hotrodding, what else would you call it? How 'bout a poll to define the work outlined herein or to invent a new term for improving boxer engine performance? Anyone? I like tekboxing as opposed to kick boxing... As for me, if I ever disassemble my boxer engine, I'll blueprint it upon reassembly...and I will call it hotrodding my boxer...Oh, and I'll install the new fueling maps developed by JJ and his colleagues.