I have a "Twinmax Carburettor Balancer" that I used on my R1100. It is, as most of you know, "electronic". The balancing went okay, and it certainly improved the vibration levels on the engine, both at idle and running down the road. But it still seems like it could be smoother at around 4000 rpm and up. I am usually running it at about 3000 since it seems to prefer that level. What is the feeling on the TB sync tool that will do the best, most accurate job? I'm wondering if "electronics" can take the place of a more mechanical design model. Or is the Twinmax as good as you can get? Thanks.