Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Elk Creek, Kentucky
Quit analyzing it. Quit thinking about it. I drove myself crazy with iridium plugs, TBS, TPS adjustment, air filter cleaning, plug wires, coil,....etc.
Then I broke down and had mine remapped. Instant bliss.
No surging, no hiccups. I can ride it at constant rpms in the 3,000 to 4,000 rpm range in stop and go traffic without cussing it. And it still runs like a scalded cat above 5,000 rpm to the redline.
Mine had mild chudder before and even less now due to smoother running under load. It really should be done to every Vee when new...and I suspect those who say their Vee is fine are not savvy enough or picky enough to care. Every one I have seen has screwed up lean stock mapping. The PC route is fine also if you are a fiddler, but a yosh remap for a rider like me who doesn't make intake or exhaust mods is better IMO.
2007 Blue SuperVee 1000
2013 Grey Super Te'ne're' 1200
2002 White HD Road King Police (divorced)
2000 Red Honda XR 400r
2003 Green Honda Rincon 650 ATV
If it is not broken, it can still be fixed