I ended up adjusting my throttle cable as well as adjusting my riding habits. I took out the slack on my throttle cable by feel; I'd set it, then swing the bars back and forth to check whether there was any different in play, then adjust from there. Nevermind the manual - do what feels right.
In terms of my riding habits, I slowly roll off the throttle now instead of just "snapping it down". I still end up in the same place (rolled fully up) but I do it in five seconds instead of one. My Wee is nothing like the Shadow 600 that preceded it: it's a lot better. It will require more from you as a rider but it'll make you a better rider at the same time.
[I]Make the most of yourself, for that is all there is of you
Don't get caught on the wrong side of the second hand
The grass may be [COLOR="Green"]greener [/COLOR]on the other side, but it still must be mowed[/I]
[SIZE="1"]Farkles: SW-Motech center stand, VStroma crash bars and skid plate, Genmar up-and-backs, Givi rear rack, JCW cases, poor man's GPS. On order: Murph's lowering links[/SIZE]