Mmm. Snatch. :mouthwateIf you want to fix the on/off throttle snatch, here is the solution and probably the only solution...
Fitted by Chris @ Xbikes....
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.
would a powercommander help with this low speed problem?
Nope a PC5 only offers fuel interception, unless you get the ignition module which i'm not sure is available for the MV and you'll not get that full adjustment unless you fit the Mv Corse ecu to switch off the lambda sensor.dosnt the pc5 do ignition changes as well?.....how much is the unit you fit?.im asking these questions as my bike is off to dynojet uk soon for a pc5 and qs.
I have only seen and read everything about the 1090, never rode so I can't say how it compares to the 1078, I do know by the #'s, it is 10lbs heavier and has 10 less hp, this would result in a bit less of the Brutale, "I'm going to kick your ass if you look at me wrong" fueling. Mine has exactly the same flat spot at exactly the same spot. If you want perfect, better add the cost of a system to that microtech. Then yes, it will be perfect. A full 2-can system gives you the back pressure needed for great low end performance most look for. The shorty loud "race" set-ups have no resistance and are full open and allow for the top end gains guys look for on the track. I went with the Full MV Race set-up w the 2 cans.