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Old 09-24-2015, 04:58 PM   #1
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09 cbr 600rr throttle response?

Anyone here with cbr 600rr have jerky throttle?
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Old 09-24-2015, 05:04 PM   #2
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Trying to ease throttle on corners but can't for some reason.
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Possible mapping issue.

Are you running a pc3 or pcv?

Could also be user error.

Are you using maintenance throttle?

Track day?
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Trying to ease throttle on corners but can't for some reason.
When you throttle off the injectors turn off for emissions reasons. When you roll back on, there will be a slight delay from the time you twist and the injectors turning back in. This delay is why you can't be smooth.

Most bikes this can be programmed around and some need things like a "fuel cutoff eliminator". I'm not sure what will cure yours, because I'm not familer with the electronics on your bike, but this is probably your problem.

All FI bikes do it and it's annoying.
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Possible mapping issue.

Are you running a pc3 or pcv?

Could also be user error.

Are you using maintenance throttle?

Track day?
my bike is stock except jardin slip on and what you mean by maintenance throttle??

Just normal riding around town.

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When you throttle off the injectors turn off for emissions reasons. When you roll back on, there will be a slight delay from the time you twist and the injectors turning back in. This delay is why you can't be smooth.

Most bikes this can be programmed around and some need things like a "fuel cutoff eliminator". I'm not sure what will cure yours, because I'm not familer with the electronics on your bike, but this is probably your problem.

All FI bikes do it and it's annoying.
i c,is more like on and off switch type when I try to ease on turns around town.
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https://youtu.be/KVWLIfChUwg
that's about turning. I'm talking about jerky throttle.

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Ok!

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Are you closing the throttle? Most bikes with electronic fuel injection have a jerky feel when you open a closed throttle at low speed. Try not to close the throttle. When you're cornering try to have just enough throttle to keep slack out of the chain.
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Are you closing the throttle? Most bikes with electronic fuel injection have a jerky feel when you open a closed throttle at low speed. Try not to close the throttle. When you're cornering try to have just enough throttle to keep slack out of the chain.
Gotcha. So is pretty much user error. Seem like im not the only one have problem.
http://www.600rr.net/vb/69-07-13-rr-...tle-jerky.html
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Gotcha. So is pretty much user error. Seem like im not the only one have problem.
http://www.600rr.net/vb/69-07-13-rr-...tle-jerky.html
You'll get more feedback if you post in this section: http://www.600rr.net/vb/15-general-discussion/
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Sounds like it's you. You can try and turn the idle up a bit so it never fully goes from low idle.
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Are you closing the throttle? Most bikes with electronic fuel injection have a jerky feel when you open a closed throttle at low speed. Try not to close the throttle. When you're cornering try to have just enough throttle to keep slack out of the chain.
what's the point in keeping slack out of the chain in a corner?
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what's the point in keeping slack out of the chain in a corner?
That ensures that the suspension is in a neutral state for optimal cornering.
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that's about turning. I'm talking about jerky throttle.

Title of that video should be "Noob with camera in hand"
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Yup it was rider error. The more I ride I got better and better with throttle control. Sometime I use rear brake or clutch on turn so I can keep my throttle open.
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Yup it was rider error. The more I ride I got better and better with throttle control. Sometime I use rear brake or clutch on turn so I can keep my throttle open.
Don't go through a turn with the clutch disengaged. You might want to downshift before you enter the turn
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