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post #161 of 165 Old 06-21-2019, 12:43 PM
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The Suzuki dealer who fitted it and set the TPS correctly tells me it is 57110-07L00 that's now fitted, the grip cost me £14 plus taxes.
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The Suzuki dealer who fitted it and set the TPS correctly tells me it is 57110-07L00 that's now fitted, the grip cost me £14 plus taxes.
That's pretty cheap. I think I paid $85 shipped for the throttle tamer. Wonder how the cam profile compares between the two.

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I have already paid 18 euros for the 57110-07L00 throttle grip.
Hope to be the right one.
Thanks anyway.

Found a pic on the german forum with both grips.
It seems there is a difference between them...
Time will tell.

If this grip does what they say it does, then the G2 tamer is out of the game.
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So I'm told it's 57110-07L00-000 (zeros not o), the part number oisted by Fowlers of Bristol for a 2016 model is GRIP, THROTTLE
57110-21H02 so it looks to have been modified.
RevZilla lists the 57110-21H02 as used on the 2018 GSX-S750, the 2015 V Strom 650 &1000's (and I'll bet the 2018 as well), and Burgman's.
So it's been around for a far while as is. My 750 like's it.

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I donít know, I flashed mine at 6 miles on odometer, no regrets. He will leave o2 sensor on in the flash for cruising youíll get best mpg. But I do wheelies etc on highway stupid hooligan stuff so I prob donít get the best mpg. But cruising, I fill up like any other bike I guess. Never really paid much mind when itís 10 dollars once a month.

I did read something though among flash people; not sure if itís other flashes or certain flashes or whoever. But some people with flashes mentioned their odometer mpg thing showing off mileage

Like, they are getting more mpgs than the little reading is showing. Not sure how to explain it as Iíve never paid attention, and I donít know which brands they used to flash.

I feel like I get good mpgs though.
FP - I had my ECU flashed by Dano's several weeks ago. The bike is much much better but I am having an issue (or still having the issue) with the bike "hunting" while at constant throttle at small throttle openings like when riding in traffic or going thru small towns with low speed limits. The bike will do the jitter bug with the tach jumping up and down. Very annoying. Anyway, I contacted Danos and ask him about it. He said to plug the pair valve and report back to him with the results. I have not done that yet but I plan to. Is your pair valve plugged? Are you experiencing this issue?

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