uhmm,well I just adjust the throttle cable,I turn my handle bars full right when sitting on it ,get a 10mm spanner to loosen the nut,then wind it anticlockwise until it starts to up the idle then wind it clockwise about to full turns ,tighten back up and presto perfect no lag when I need power. works for me or adjust to your liking.some prefer more slack on there cable ,but I do not. cheers eddyopcorn:Anyone tried a throttle tamer to soften the snatch on their Brutale?
rrbilly !!! yes i have one on my 2010 rr they help alittle, but the throttle still is not smooth. its like the fuel injection is off or on at low speed. it really sucks and drives me nuts. not a good set up for a novice rider. could cause a big problem fast. you have to on guard all the time at slow speed. dont know why they would put it out of the factory like that. the tamer is ok but it does not fix the problem buy a long way. hope that helps. :smoking:
yes,maybe on the 910 and 1078,but no way would you need one on the 1090 standard setup.it is pretty bloody good.But in the next couple of weeks we will be putting in a race ecu,headers and midpipe,and leaving the standard cans.we have also ordered a pc5,because I reckon the air and fuel mixture will be all over the place.from what i've read in previous posts a microtech ecu fixes this, and many other fueling issues. pricey, but you get what you pay for right?
I agree w/ eddypro on his observations of throttle response on the 1090. It feels no more "touchy" to me than my 2010 Speed3 did. My 1090 has been nothing but nice & smooth with no "Oh Sh_it, hang-on-for-dear-life!" moments... yet.yes,maybe on the 910 and 1078,but no way would you need one on the 1090 standard setup.it is pretty bloody good.
Hey buddy, keep posted and in 2 to 3 weeks time I will tell you step by step how to fix it,no charge,as soon as all the gear gets here,now the easy way if your tech had any brains,is disable the stupid lambda sensor with a race ecu,then put in a pc5 witch should be out in a couple of weeks for this model,you can leave everthing stock,but get the bloody thing on a dyno,and make shaw you adjust your idle first before you have it dyno tuned,otherwise the bike will stall if your idle is set to low. otherwise give chris a ring at x-bikes for the microtec.well MR. EDDYPRO!!! may be it is because of the CAL. LAW OF THE dum smog bullshit that we have to have on our bikes? don't have to i guess but it comes from the factory like that. i even asked the tech at the shop about it and he said everyone with a 1090rr is complaining of this situation, like i msaid it's like the fuel shuts off and then right back on with a jerk. very hard to ride, i kind of got used to it, no choice, but it always in my mine,witch sucks. TELL ME HOW TO FIX IT BECAUCE THE TECH AT THE SHOP HAD NOTHING TO SAY TO FIX IT, :smoking: :wtf: :banghead: