So, I have a new Baja and picked up a KTM Branded G2 Throttle Tamer/Cam because I was unhappy with the throttle response/snatch and loose fitting original plastic tube. When I finished the installation, I noticed there was a signifiant amount of extra free play in the throttle cables. The G2 instructions and Youtube installation videos as well as some KTM forums all say to simply adjust the free play out at the barrel nuts by the throttle throttle tube itself. ------------- HOWEVER --------------- I've also been reading that in order to take out ANY slack, you have to connect the bike to a KTM diagnostic tool or TUNE ECU to set the throttle stepper motor the basic position. SO HERE'S THE MILLION DOLLAR QUESTION: Do you really have to hook a computer up to the bike to simply fine tune some free play out of the throttle cables??!! What if you were on a RTW trip and the throttle cables stretch enough through normal usage to warrant an adjustment? Are you supposed to find a KTM Dealer in Peru with a diagnostic computer to take out a little bit of slack? That seems a little ridiculous. So, do we have a consensus? What have you guys done?