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.
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.
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.
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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