Going back to earlier posts concerning the throttle tube part numbers.
The 2018 GSX-S 1000 suffix of the part # was 21H02, which is the same then and now for the Hayabusa, V Strom 1000, GSX-R600/750and the present GSX-S750. Maybe others ?
The 2019 GSX-S 1000 has said in earlier posts moved to moved to become 07L00, the 2020 Katana M0 variant.
As a 2019 750 & 2018 V Strom 1000 Owner, with no snatchy throttle (with the old GSX-S1000 tube 21H02) other than the obvious transmission objection all bike display when you chop the throttle on/off/on in quick time.
With so many bikes having the same throttle tube, the GSX-S1000 is the odd one out of the 4 cyl big HP bikes that got through Euro 4 ,but only by giving it a very brief sniff of petrol (running so lean).
This newer (07L00) part in the 2019 GSX-S1000 having less of a ramp up should mean a less rapid increase in road speed, but if their de-cell fuel cut is still set as 'instantaneous', is it still only half 'fixed' for those with 2018 and earlier bikes ?
Onto the1.5 sec interval that londonboards mentioned.
In my 2016 GSX-S1000AL6, there was no 1.5 sec delay before fuel cut at all, it was instantaneous fuel cut.
So is this a 2019 only Suzuki 'running' improvement that has come to the the older Euro 4 GSX_S 1000 & carried onto the new 2020 Euro 5 Katana 1000 ?
Wonder what you would be now getting if you asked Suzuki for a new ECU if you said my 2015 to 2108 is 'throttle jerky'.
A new improved 2019 ECU and free throttle tube to go ?????
Last edited by Slower and Slower; 11-03-2019 at 10:41 PM.