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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 12-17-2011, 01:05 PM Thread Starter
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Gone is the Snatchy Throttle on my 1090

If you want to fix the on/off throttle snatch, here is the solution and probably the only solution...

Fitted by Chris @ Xbikes....

http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=43751

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Why is there a link to a post that is 2 sentences long? The link is almost as long as the post but ummm, thanks for the info.
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If you want to fix the on/off throttle snatch, here is the solution and probably the only solution...

Fitted by Chris @ Xbikes....

http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=43751
Mmm. Snatch.
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Funny, as I don't think the 1090RR has a snatchy throttle response at all. That was one of the "improvements" made for that model.

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mines a little snatchy but im used to quick action throttles on my bikes.
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Quick action and snatchy are two very different things. I feel the 1090RR is one of the most controlable bikes I have ever ridden right out of the box.

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I second that...

My 1090RR feels perfect in terms of fueling. I cannot detect an issue anywhere.
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Quick action and snatchy are two very different things. I feel the 1090RR is one of the most controlable bikes I have ever ridden right out of the box.

whats the two very different things then?....i thought that people talking of a snatchy throttle mean its abit on of like a switch and this is the feeling i get from useing QAT's..

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to snatch or not to snatch

Horses for courses really isn't it.

When i test rode the bike in question it felt ok initially but there were a few small issues that over a period of time i felt would annoy you. Riding real slow was difficult, there was a weird thing when trying to rev the engine slowly on the side stand which reminded me a bit of the 1000R being hard to hold at 5krpm. It just felt a little unfinished. Much better than previous MV's but not as good as it should be.

The owner obviously thought the same as he had tried all other routes and was left with the Microtec as his last resort.

We found around 10bhp in terms of peak power but the big improvements are on the slow riding. You can sit at 1500 rpm in 6th all day long if you want, trickle the throttle on and the bike will pull cleanly and smoothly right through the rev range.

I have seen other people raise questions with the 1090 so possibly some people are more sensitive to issues than others.

For those that have issues then yes we do have a solution that works.

For those who don't think they do then cool enjoy.
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would a powercommander help with this low speed problem?
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