That helps a little, but also throws more wrenches in.
So it sounds like this will help with the jerk of the throttle when I get back on the throttle or the jerk when releasing. Is this correct?
I wasn't thinking about using 2 ATRE's, but I was wondering about using the Ivan's and then just get the GI Pro DS series.Ivan's and the GI-Pro with ATRE will both provide the ATRE function to fool the ECM into "thinking" the bike is always in fourth gear. You can't use two ATREs. If you want a gear indicator and an ATRE, just get the GI-Pro. While there is some talk about improving the response in lower gears, it is arguable. It does remove the speed restriction in 5th and 6th but the chassis really isn't up to handling those speeds, at least without lowering the front a little to prevent aerodynamic lift, adding a fork brace, steering stabilizer and suspension improvements.
The ATRE model is only $12 more than the DS model. Online it says:Don't count on the ATRE removing the throttle jerk. I doubt very much if that will happen. A careful job of bringing the throttle position sensor to the proper adjustment along with a good throttle body sync may handle that. In some case, the extreme leanness for emissions control may require enrichment via an add on box like a power commander or an ECM remap from a Yosh or Teka box. If you are going to stick to reasonable speeds, I wouldn't recommend an ATRE at all.
Does anyone know if this means that I can turn off the ATRE if I don't like it and just have the gear indicator?ATRE is a switchable, remappable and automatic TRE.