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Jerky when getting on and off the throttle and changing gears

I am a mature rider have been riding bike since teenager, I am now in my 40ies have owned my sv for 3 yrs it has 48000 klm on clock, the bike runs well had tune up appr 6wk ago, however over the last couple of weeks it has become jurky when getting on and off the throttle, eg when changing gears or when slowing down and then power on again there is a delay between throttle response and when the power comes on. your assistance is appreciated

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  • Warren Smith May 15, 2010

    thanks,i have already adjusted the chain and the throttle cable,and there was no change in the problem but was wondering about the age of the throttle cable as I feel it may be the original one (2002 model the bike had 18000 klm when I purchased it).

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Sounds like drive train slop, is there a chain final drive, maybe too slack. If not that, then maybe something they "adjusted" during tune up. Also the throttle may have too much slack in the cable.

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