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post #1 of 281 Old 06-08-2016, 10:36 AM Thread Starter
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The original thread was suzuki is listening, however after reading many posts from other owners it would seem that the different distributers in other markets have varied reactions to our problem. It may just be a matter of perseverance on your part . Start with your dealer, some are proving helpful. Next go to the distributer, lastly try contacting Japan . Here is the original post......
After reading a post from Tobben who said his dealer replaced his ECU and that all the snatchy throttle problems were solved I contacted Suzuki Australia. I e-mailed them at 9.30am . I said that in Norway an owner was given a new upgraded ECU under warranty . That I was experiencing the same throttle problems and could they supply me with the new unit. At lunch time I received a call from my dealer. He informed me Suzuki had authorised him to fit the new ECU to my bike. He expected to have the part in a week or two and when it arrives he will make a time to fit it.So to anyone with a throttle problem , before you spend any money on a re- flash or PC5 try contacting Suzuki and asking for the new ECU. Tobben says after fitting his bike was transformed so I am confident that this will solve all the fuelling issues, and at no cost.
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Sounds interesting, do we know what specifically has been changed?
I'll get in touch with UK head office and see what happens.
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I sent an email to suzuki Italy, after a couple of day my dealer called me.
They fit a new ecu ECM 32920-04k31-000

I did it a few week ago and now the bike run much better almost perfect.
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I sent an email to suzuki Italy, after a couple of day my dealer called me.
They fit a new ecu ECM 32920-04k31-000

I did it a few week ago and now the bike run much better almost perfect.
Thanks very much for the part number. Would you happen to know the part number that the bike comes with stock?
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When talking to the dealer he mentioned that not all bikes in australia would need the swap over. So guessing at some point Suzuki started fitting the new module as standard. Their original opinion was that there wasn't a problem and the throttle was meant to be ''exciting''.Maybe they relised that hitting a bump on full tilt around a corner and having the bike leap forward while the rider was trying to hold a line was not such a great idea after all.
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Thanks very much for the part number. Would you happen to know the part number that the bike comes with stock?

Yes, ECM 32920-04k30-000 is the original one.

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Yes, ECM 32920-04k30-000 is the original one.
Thanks very much you're a star.
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Sounds interesting, do we know what specifically has been changed?
I'll get in touch with UK head office and see what happens.
I'll email Suzuki UK too.... Really we must be mad putting up with this dangerouse throttle problem all this time and some of us spending a foutune on expensive plasters. Shold have mass emailed Suzuki ages ago...
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Hi can anybody provide the e-mail address for Suzuki UK and what to say, my throttle is terrible at low revs not smooth at all, and is stuttering all the time, however after 4k revs it gets better, I've got the F model and bough it last sept, was going to get it chipped but this could be a better chance without spending a fortune, cheers
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Good work Guys.
So it looks like o4k30 is the old wonky number to look out for. . . Time to tackle the fairing again me thinks


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