Thanks Invader, I spent the better part of today looking through some of your threads.Vacuum line mod: A 6" long 5/32" ID vacuum hose (available from your auto parts distributor) bridging the two throttle bodies' front vacuum fittings. Leave IAP sensor hose on its specific outer fitting.
Are you at low elevation? You can also rotate your main throttle sensor counterclockwise a tad to add fuel at low throttle. Rotating mine by less than 1mm also raised its voltrage output within spec at WOT.
I do concur that it pulls cleanly above 3000 rpm in stock form... With the vacuum hose coupling both TB's and with main throttle sensor adjusted up to spec, I was checking my revs today. In the city, I ride around and accelerate smoothly up to 5th gear from 2000 rpm. Launching from a stop, I'm at 1200 rpm with clutch fully engaged, and I can even let it dip just under 1000. Tractability and driveability is absolutely astounding and flawless! It also pulls very strongly with an extra little rush from 9500 to 10500. Damn I love this bike. It does everything so well, it never ceases to amaze me.
Would the dealer take issue with the throttle body hose connection if I brought it in for a warranty issue?No need to see the dealer about my mods...
I'm at sea level with 10% blended ethanol. Getting pure gas would cost about 10% more. I'll drain my tank for pure and post results. Is the added cost worth it?