I won't patronize you, but you are on the wrong bike. If it feels dangerous to ride, then it is.Well, having read all the comments I can probably say for sure that my throttle is bad for lack of linear power delivery, jerkiness, call it what you like.
There is nothing trivial or 'in the mind' about entering a corner at speed, leaning over to suit and then feathering the throttle open, expecting to smoothly pull out of the corner with a grin on your face ..... then the throttle decides to open in an erratic manner and the bike becomes less stable, the grin becomes a grimace and the fun is gone.
DON'T patronise me, I've ridden bikes for 40 years and this is the worst, dangerous even. If you want to ride your bike close to the perceived limit when cornering then a GSXS in standard form is NOT the bike for you [or me]. This should be a recall before someone ends up under the front end of a bus!
I'll just take it easy till I get a cast iron solution that doesn't involve throwing money at it.
Driving on the limit is dangerous anyway, who wants to be doing that?