Originally Posted by backwoodsKLR
Doesn't the stepper motor also keep the throttle bodies from slamming shut when the throttle is released from high RPM's, which can cause the motor to stall? (thus causing rear end to lock, slide, crash, etc)
That is very interesting. A friend of mine with a Triumph Sprint is experiencing an issue where when he lets of the throttle, the revs don't die down immediately and it takes a second or 2 for the revs to drop down. I wonder if the stepper motor is causing his issue - I thought it was more likely sticking cables or something but sounds like it could be the stepper.