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It's starting to drive me nuts:
If I allow the bike to engine brake and the rpms to fall below ~3,500 it wants to load up: audibly fat and minimal response to any light blip of the throttle on a down shift after it starts to load up. But accelerating up in the lower rpms is amazing smooth at any tps.
I've tried taking fuel out (up to -10%) in the 0 column but its doesn't seem to help. Wondering if there is an idle fuel table/parameter or something the ECU is getting into under those conditions?
Not really an issue when riding the bike 95% of the time... just when coming to a stop.
Kind of annoying but I've got it scienced out to where it'll shoot a wicked fireball if I crack the throttle at the right time:mrgreen:
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