Originally Posted by Grad
The strange thing is it only does it above 4,000 rpms, and ONLY does it when the throttle is open about 1%. Otherwise the bike starts strong and runs like a scalded ox.
That's really not that strange. A ton of fuel-injected bikes from the 2000s don't have a good on/off throttle transition. Have you tried googling your issue? I'd bet dollars to donuts (wtf does that even mean) that you're not the only person complaining about this problem.
Hell -- with drive by wire in cars these days, I've driven plenty of cars that have this problem.
Sometimes throttle tamer "cams" can help with this?