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Offline Tribunder

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Throttle lag
on: May 04, 2021, 03.20 AM
Just picked up my Trident last Saturday. Iím not loving the terrible throttle response. Anyone else notice this? Hopefully a software update will fix this. Also, the default to having TC always engaged when you turn the ignition on.

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Re: Throttle lag
Reply #1 on: May 04, 2021, 10.18 AM
No problems here, with either  :027: :110:
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Re: Throttle lag
Reply #2 on: May 04, 2021, 01.36 PM
If there's some slack in the take up on the throttle, these may help, probably suit several triumphs with a generic FbyW throttle. -

https://ducatispacers.com/products/triumph-throttle-spacer-kit

I fitted some in a Ducati I had and it gave more precise throttle operation.. 

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Re: Throttle lag
Reply #3 on: May 04, 2021, 01.39 PM
The TC defaults to on per the manual whenever the ignition is switched off to on. It always needs to be turned off if you start your bike. The throttle lag/hang is well documented by riders/reviewers.

 


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