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I'd would agree that you should get some better top end power since your removing a obstruction in the throttle body but it I think you would sacrifice throttle response in the process.

From what I've read/seen/felt the secondaries are added to smooth out the throttle response which is a good thing. When fuel injected bikes first came out (ie with single manual butterfy's) a lot of people complained about how the throttle response was too jerky and not like their carbed bike. I think these secondary butterfly's are the manufacturers response to that.

To sum it up would you rather twist the throttle coming out of a turn and have your tire break free or would you rather have the power come on smooth and strong? I dunno, just my 2cents
 
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