Are the procedures for TBS the same on the V2 as earlier models? I noticed that it is recommended for CA. bikes at first service. I'm about half way there, bike is running well feeling more comfortable every outing.
Oh yeah,sorry......you need the service manual as well. I haven't made any alterations yet, just plugged the tool in and downloaded the info to my laptop. Throttle bodies were pretty much in sync so will leave it until the 24000km service to do a balance. These items may sound expensive up front, but only one or two services and you have your money back.Thanks Stromaholic. Have you done a TBS/TPS adjustment on a 2014+ DL1000A using this equipment?
I'm assuming that you would also need the Suzuki service manual to get the specifics on the procedure.
I took my V2 back a few days after I got it (and 600 miles) and asked them to sync the throttle body cables. Initially, they said that was done at a later service. But I explained that while it ran OK, it felt like it was struggling. They did it and the bike ran much better. Later on I had the ECU replaced for the new one and now it runs like I expected it to run. Like my SV650 with bigger stones and better suspension / brakes, etc.Does anyone have any first-hand experience with either syncing their own Throttle Bodies and setting the TPS, or having it done at the dealer? I haven't anything definitive here yet. Thanks!