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Throttle response

I have a completely stock 700 and I was looking for tips to get the lag out of the throttle I do a lot of trail riding and I'm new to the fuel injection quads I appreciate any tips in advance!!
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Please help need more throttle response

I have a stock bike with less than 10hrs on it looking to get rid of the popping when stabbing throttle!
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I have a stock bike with less than 10hrs on it looking to get rid of the popping when stabbing throttle!
What kind of "popping"? You need to be a bit more specific.

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Power commander V by dynojet. Fixes all the little mapping flaws of the XX, and allows programming for future upgrades.
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Power commander V by dynojet. Fixes all the little mapping flaws of the XX, and allows programming for future upgrades.
where is the cheapest place to buy a power commander ??
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What kind of "popping"? You need to be a bit more specific.

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I have a stock 700 and it doesn`t have bad throttle response ,or any popping. seems quite responsive now that I think about it !!
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If you are missing the spark arrestor on the exhaust it will make it pop a little when you stab the throttle. I ran with mine off for a bit cuz it was a little louder and more aggressive sounding. But it made the quad run poorly so I put it back on and it's fine. Also change your plug maybe clean your air filter. That might fix it up without having to spend a few hundred bucks.
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Does it do that popping all the time when you stab the throttle? The machine should be warmed up somewhat before riding and do not touch the throttle when just starting. The fuel injection doesn't like that. Additionally be sure to use premium unleaded gasoline. Here in California we only have 92 Octane and that works great in my XX.
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I have a stock bike with less than 10hrs on it looking to get rid of the pooping when stabbing throttle!
I thought pooping your pants was the normal, when stabbing the throttle!

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