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For sale - G2 throttle tamer. ( 40-4F-136-S ) been on the bike for 3 months, no longer needed. couple of little blobs off gluing the grips on apart from that perfect condition. No instructions but non needed really simple to fit.

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Helped for me, it smoothed off the initial throttle jerk and made the bike more controllable at low speeds when filtering ( use my bike for commuting ). I fitted a power commander which negated the need for the tamer.
 

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Hello mate was thinking of getting one is it worth it does it make any difference thanks


I may have sold my bike if it wasn't for the throttle tamer, it's not the fueling fix the bike needs but it makes a huge difference IMO
 

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between the throttle tamer and my PCV the bike is almost perfect. If only I could disable the fuel cutoff without a reflash!
 

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between the throttle tamer and my PCV the bike is almost perfect. If only I could disable the fuel cutoff without a reflash!


I could not agree more
 

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Hijacked thread alert ^^^^
 

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Having not ridden a bike with an ECU reflash I can't say if it would be of benefit or not to have a tamer fitted, if the reflash removes/turns off the throttle cut and applies a better fueling map, then i would say no. If you feel the the throttle action after the reflash is a bit urgent ( but smooth ) from standstill, then the tamer will ease this as you will need to twist the throttle further to gain the same rev rise in the initial first 1/3 (or so) of twist due to the shallower profile, after that its profiled as per the normal OEM throttle tube. Hope this helps.

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new bike 2015, a bit jerky trying to hold constant throttle . Bought a tamer off e-bay $60 US . Great result. Then Suzuki gave me a new ECU. No problems what so ever , kept the tamer fitted , if any one thinking of buying one , it definitely helped my bike.Very small spend for a good result.
 
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