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When I visited the Booster Plug site to see what they had for the new Z900RS, I read there that due to Euro 5 Reg's and onward, there will be not any more BP's being developed.
They cite a E 5 rule that the ECU monitors outside temp and compares that to the BP modified temperature reading at the Air Intake Sensor.
Eventually, it generate an ECU alarm fault state. Full story via the link below.

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With the new ride by wire throttle they are probably redundant, also the Dynojet Power Commander.
I contacted Dynojet and they said they had no plans to produce one I guess they are subject to the same regs ?
 

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With the new ride by wire throttle they are probably redundant, also the Dynojet Power Commander.
I contacted Dynojet and they said they had no plans to produce one I guess they are subject to the same regs ?
So is the fueling on your new ride by wire gsxs fine compared to your previous one?
 

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So is the fueling on your new ride by wire gsxs fine compared to your previous one?
As to the air/fuel ratio etc I have no idea but from a riding point of view it is night & day. B mode gives what you would call a perfectly standard smooth throttle, A mode is more instant without being snatchy. Don't know about C mode, haven't used it, might be useful in the snow. :)
 
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So is the fueling on your new ride by wire gsxs fine compared to your previous one?
I managed to rent a new gsxs for an afternoon ride. Throttle response is very smooth, it is not abrupt or agressive even in A mode. On/off feature at low rpm constant throttle is still there a little bit but far better than my 2015 year model. The new one much more user friendly in my opinion.
 

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I have no problem whatsoever with constant throttle at any revs/speed.
 
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