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Old 06-05-2009, 07:41 AM   #31
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I also did mine thanks to this thread. Three turns on the adjuster made a world of difference.
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That a crack at me?

I didn't say I was a prodigy, I said I have a lot of experience for my age, which is a fact. I simply have had more opportunities for learning than other guys my age due to the situation I was born into. Lay off.
How old are you? Curious.... what situation were you born into that gave you more opportunities when it comes to learning and experience?
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Old 06-05-2009, 05:23 PM   #33
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Old 06-08-2009, 07:17 PM   #34
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How old are you? Curious.... what situation were you born into that gave you more opportunities when it comes to learning and experience?
Being able to ride many bikes a lot of miles on many tracks and many canyons logging in many miles.

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Old 06-08-2009, 07:42 PM   #35
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I've always taken most of the play out of my throttles, and did the same to my 08 before ever turning a wheel.

I kept getting a surge mid corner on the track.

Put the play back in and surge went away.

YMMV, but if you're having trouble getting on the throttle smoothly mid-corner, consider adding/removing a bit of play.
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Old 06-09-2009, 03:41 PM   #36
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Being able to ride many bikes a lot of miles on many tracks and many canyons logging in many miles.
I have the same sort of situation. I am from Palos Verdes Est. as well, lived there sinse 1972. That's why I asked. I won't name drop, but it would be strange if I haven't driven it or at least seen it yet.
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Old 06-09-2009, 06:47 PM   #37
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Being able to ride many bikes a lot of miles on many tracks and many canyons logging in many miles.

EDIT:

I'm 20 and have ridden somewhere close to 70,000 miles in my 2 years of riding. My father is a Honda exec so I get quite a bit of perks. I've ridden:
2003 Honda Nighthwak 250
2006 Honda CB 919
2006 Honda VFR Interceptor 800
2007 Honda CBR 600RR
2007 Honda CBR 1000RR
2007 Honda ST 13000 ABS
2006 Honda RVT 1000 RC 51
1988 Honda CBR1000F Hurricane
1983 Honda CX 650 TURBO
1998 Honda VTR 1000 SuperHawk
2007 Honda Hornet 600
2007 Honda CBF 1000
2006 Honda CBR 1000RR
2007 Honda Deauville
2002 Honda XR650L
2006 Suzuki SV 650
2006 Honda 599
2007 Honda TransAlp
2008 Honda CBR 1000RR
2007 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R
2003 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R
2005 Kawasaki Ninja 650R
2008 Honda CBR 600RR
2006 Triumph Daytona 675
2007 Triumph Daytona 675 (Two Brothers Slip On)
2006 Honda CBR600RR (Jardine Slip On)
2007 Ducati 1098S
2008 Suzuki GSX-R 600 (Yoshimura Slip On)
2007 Suzuki SV 650 S (Yoshimura Slip On)
1990 Honda GB500
2009 Honda DN-01
2008 Yamaha R6 (Leo Vince Slip On) + (Leo Vince Full System)
2008 Honda Goldwing
2007 Suzuki GSXR 1000 (Jardine Slip On)
2007 Ducati Hypermotard (Arrow Full System)
2009 Buell 1125CR
2009 Honda CBR600RR (ABS) (FMF Slip on)
2008 Honda VFR Interceptor 800
2009 Honda CBR1000RR (ABS)
2009 Honda CBR1000RR
2009 Honda CBR600RR
2009 Yamaha YZF-R1
2009 Honda CRF 230M
2000 Suzuki SV650 (Yoshimura Slip On)
1996 Kawasaki ZX-9 (Muzzy Slip On)

So far in 2 years!
Let me know if you ever get sick and need someone to take care of one of these "perks". :icon_lol:.........Damn! Impressive resume so far.
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Old 06-09-2009, 10:02 PM   #38
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As its been posted, you need a little bit of play to prevent the cable from being stretched when you turn the bars. Having too much is a bit sloppy.
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I have the same sort of situation. I am from Palos Verdes Est. as well, lived there sinse 1972. That's why I asked. I won't name drop, but it would be strange if I haven't driven it or at least seen it yet.
Oh cool! What color is your RR? Maybe I have seen you around? I'm at the switchbacks weekly on an 09 600/1000RR.
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Old 04-25-2010, 11:22 PM   #40
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my 05 has the same problem,i just like things tight.
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Old 04-29-2010, 03:00 PM   #41
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Did this a few day's ago......thanks for the "How To"......
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Old 04-29-2010, 03:03 PM   #42
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Did this a few day's ago......thanks for the "How To"......
Link for the "how to" would be helpful...
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Old 05-09-2010, 08:13 PM   #43
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Link for the "how to" would be helpful...
This thread....post #5 and #6..........
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Old 05-10-2010, 09:38 AM   #44
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Old 05-10-2010, 05:47 PM   #45
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You should have some play in there or you will go over a bump and jerk the throttle. Some people who have been riding for a while can ride without any throttle play, but that isn't suggested to noobs. The stock throttle play is to be set to: 2-4mm or 1/16-3/16 in

I also thought my throttle was loose. It is actually a good idea to have a little play for road riding and starters.

I guess for the track it would be better to have it tight.
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Old 05-10-2010, 06:16 PM   #46
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i got rid of mine completly 40 minutes millimeter by millimeter adjustment tilll perfect.. kind of anal about it :)
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I'm going to adjust my throttle today. I noticed when i turn it there is a good amount of play before the throttle opens. definitely more than I would like. glad I came upon this thread.
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Old 05-20-2010, 03:25 PM   #49
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It pushes the throttle shut.
No it doesn't!
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I was looking for how to reduce the slack in the throttle cables, and I am going to revive this thread because having the throttle need to be twisted through a dead area to start to open the throttles is stupid, for any riding level. Its probably even worse for a beginner.

Riding over bumps has nothing to do with having play in the throtle unless you slam the throttles shut every time you hit a bump. I heep an even throttle, and when the throttle is at 20%, the play is non-existent. Taking off from a stop light while having to turn the throttle almost a quarter turn is also stupid. When I bought my 2009 a few weeks ago there was very little play, now that the throttle cables have had some use to stretch, there is lots of off idle dead space, and the bike is PITA to ride, and it took a few days to figure out what the hell happened that changed the bikes character.

1a. You look like a moron sitting at a green light waiting for the rps to come up so you can leave with out giving more rpms than you wanted.

ab. You look like a moron who revs up his bike at ever opportunity, or look like you are just figuring out how to use a clutch, when you try and leave the light with everyone else and rev it up more than you wanted.

2. Makes it very hard to drag the engine of throttle into a turn, then SMOOTHY apply the throttle on the way out.

3. Getting any kind of consistent blipping of the throttle on the downshifts.

4. having to grab a "handful" of throttle so you get the whole use of the twist grip with out spraining your wrist on a bump when you have it cranked all the way over.

I was amazed at the number of low milage bikes out there when I started looking, and made up all kinds of excuses in my mind why someone would sell a bike with 500-1000 miles on it after having it for 1-3 years.

I believe that alot of these are because the bike was easy enough to learn the timing of riding it, but after the cables slowly got longer, they stopped riding because they felt that the bike was trying to kill them all the time, because having excessive play just makes riding stressful.

If you have A LOT of free play, your bike will be easier to ride smoothly, no matter what your experience level is.

I'm amazed what people purport to be "the thing" for new riders. My favorite is the budget riding gear.

After 20 years of riding used bikes, this was my first new one. I have never had this problem before, and I feel like an idiot having the throttle cables stretch so much before I figured this out.

I'm done ranting now.

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A video showing how to do this:


Do it... Just do it.

(I had ~3x the play that the guy in the vid had, bought the bike on Aug 16th and have only put 485 miles on it before I figured out the cables were trying to kill me in only 10 days)

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Old 09-24-2011, 12:48 PM   #52
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Bump. Thx for this. I adjusted mine today. It had like 9mm of play and I got it down to 2mm. It's so much better!
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Dont foret about the chain, its not as drastic of a change as the throttle, but it removes the last bit of snatchyness out of the driveline.
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Forgive me digging up this old thread. I'm wondering if its possible to shorten the throttle roll on. I feel like from closed to wide open is so far that I'm almost breaking my wrist to pin it. In order to get a full roll on I have to start with a gorilla grip. I tried reading through this thread but didnt see anything quite like this. I hope this isnt a stupid question.


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Old 11-28-2012, 07:27 PM   #56
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Look into quick turn throttle kits. How often are you going WOT?

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Forgive me digging up this old thread. I'm wondering if its possible to shorten the throttle roll on. I feel like from closed to wide open is so far that I'm almost breaking my wrist to pin it. In order to get a full roll on I have to start with a gorilla grip. I tried reading through this thread but didnt see anything quite like this. I hope this isnt a stupid question.


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I'm assuming/hoping you are doing this at the track. You are supposed to grip the throttle like a door knob (or "gorilla grip" as you so gently put it) so that when the throttle is fully open, your wrist is in a neutral position. I'd try to get comfortable with that. If you can't, then there's always the 1/6th turn throttle tube you could buy for $18
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Was thinking about that for a while glad someone had answers now I can fix mine. Thanks for the post
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Yes, the WOT is strictly at the track. That's why I never even noticed it until I started tracking.


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