Hello, this is my first post of inquisition on my new 2012 V. I hope I get off on the right foot here. I love my V. It picks up where my KLR left off. Performance wise it suits me just fine. I'm sure if I had this bike when I was younger I would already have an exhaust and the sub throttles out, but I have refrained for now.
Being said, one thing I particularly don't care for is the fuel cut on deceleration,(assumption on my part, correct me if I am wrong) and the resulting abrupt jab I get returning to acceleration or steady throttle. The tech and also friend of mine at the Kawi place where I bought it said learn to live with it, it's programmed into it.
I have read somewhere that the PCV can over ride much of this. All of my questions to local techs in the area on the PCV have come up rather vague in the area of fuel cut, and generally evolve into performance results on the dyno. My questions are, is there a sector in the PCV that addresses the fuel cut issues? Can other things be modified through the PCV to calm this effect? It's sort of expensive. It would not be worth it to me at this time to install it if it didn't address my concerns.
Any elaboration on any of this would be welcome.