Nah, I'm not referring to the twitchy throttle. I'm talking about the LAG. Spool lag. Direct source. Especially when transitioning on and off CC.no offense, but you're going to have to qualify these comments with a little more information, that word leaves a lot of guessing room.
I wanted to confirm if the Throttle is Fly - By - Wire which is where i would suspect some 0s & 1s may have to do with it..
i've heard a comment or two but nobody wants to elaborate, which is really annoying..
specially when you read this.. (stock bike mind you).. Has anybody ridden one with exhaust, re-flash etc?
Despite the incredible acceleration, the H2 SX maintains the ability to unleash the fury of supercharged hellfire entirely on your own terms. Traction control and power levels are easily accessible while on the move, and throttle response is tight, but accurate. For a ride-by-wire it’s incredibly connected, and if any throttle lag exists at all, I couldn’t notice it. The added benefit of this setup is that it allows for the Kawasaki quick-shifter system to be installed, which allows for clutchless up and downshifting. It isn’t as smooth as some of the other quick-shifters out there when just riding casually, but it’s effective on aggressive upshifting under hard acceleration.
I'm finding the throttle very twitchy and sensitive on the H2 SX SE. Especially in first and second gear. It's almost impossible roll off the throttle and roll on the throttle in first and second without a jolt. My concern is lower speed twisties when we roll off on entry, and roll back on mid corne
Twitchy is what i hear most regarding the FlyByWire which is exactly what the R1 was straight out of the box.
but i dont know, cause nobody wants to talk.. <img src="http://www.bcsportbikes.com/forum/images/temp/coffee.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Coffee" class="inlineimg" />
Yup. The LAG is a known issue with H2SX