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Re: Triumph Tall Screen & Race Can

I have to agree with Matt about not wanting a more sensitive 
throttle on the Sprint; it's just fine the way it is.  I feel the same 
way about the VFR EFI; I think it is very "twitchy" and any bump 
in the road can cause enough throttle movement to affect it.  I 
would want the option of not loading the new tune if I have to get 
a more sensitive throttle in the bargain...

As long as the subject line includes screens, I thought I mention 
that the ZeroGravity Sport Touring screen for my RS arrived 
yesterday and I have it installed.  I like it a lot, looks-wise, but I 
have not yet ridden the bike with it on, since I needed the cage 
today; hopefully, I will get to give it a try it tomorrow.

- -Keith
'00 RS

On 7 Jun 2000, at 10:44, Matt Knowles wrote:
> One of the biggest complaints that I had about the VFR I test rode is that
> the throttle responded too quickly, reacting to every tiny movement of the
> wrist. I hope the new tune doesn't make it react like that. I really like
> the way the ST responds now, so I'm not sure I'd want the new tune.
> Has anyone received the new tune for the standard pipe?
> Matt Knowles - http://home.earthlink.net/~mattknowles/sprintst.html
> Red '99 Sprint ST - San Jose, CA

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