...without the jerky on & off of the fuel injection...
If you're going to review a product, please review it instead of copy/pasting their sales brochure...
Fuel-injection is not jerky; it never has been an on/off sort of thing.
If you want a jerky on/off feeling, try some mechanical flatslide carbs on a big engine (mikuni rs42s on a gsx).
Having a slow-open cam to control the throttle can be a benefit to some inexperienced riders, but there is no problem with Suzuki's fuel injection.
If you think first gear is jerky on your fuel injected bike, it is for one or more of the following reasons:
- Your previous carurated bike had CV carbs that reacted slowly
- You removed the secondary butterfly valves
- You don't know how to slip the clutch
- You have insufficient control over your right hand
I'm not saying this product can't make life more pleasant for some riders, but I need to rebel against the statement that there's something wrong with the original design (as opposed to something wrong with the human operating it).