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I've been on a trip with 5 other riders and everyone wanted a chance to ride my Scrambler.

3 other bikes, had owners that claimed their bikes had "very sensitive" throttles.

I rode their bikes. They all felt like they had "sluggishish" throttles.

Getting used to riding a Scrambler, IS the CURE for a sensitive throttle...
On any OTHER bike.
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(So to cure the Scrambler's throttle...
I guess we need to find an even worse one and ride that.)

BTW...having a total blast riding the twisties in south east Ohio!!!

This bike really rocks in the tight stuff.
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I ride all my bikes with my index finger on the brake lever,this works really well to tame the sensitive throttle,although I personally have no issues with it.I like to call it responsive rather than sensitive...
 

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After my first service, my bike feels like a totally different machine. Smooth, no twitch. I forgot to ask about a remap, or maybe it is all in my head...
 

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Scott,

When you get a chance, stop by the dealership and get the specifics on your service please, if it's not too much trouble. It'd be a good thing to know. I'm wondering if a first service remap is sort of like the battery tender plug under the seat, some dealers do and some dealers don't.

Sarah
 
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