I had just over 40,000 kms on the 2011 GTR, I have been gradually tweaking the GTR since I got it, Just making it more inline with what I like rather than the general stock 1 size fits all. One of the things that I noticed was that the throttle was sensitive during low speed maneuvers, U-turns , car parks etc with the slightest touch causing the bike to lurch forward. I did get used to it and no doubt every one else did to. The other thing that I noticed was that while riding at Hwy Speed how easy it was to end up over the speed limit unintentionally. So I did some research, was reading a lot of posts, some were saying the throttle was snatchy, I would never call it snatchy but it sure is sensitive and and does not require much imput to get moving quickly. This research lead me to a product called a G2 Throttle Tamer, seems this was a common problem with fuel injected bikes and not just limited to the GTR. They are bike specific so I bought one, it had been sitting on my desk for a month or so and I had not got around to fitting it, the main reason being the OEM Heated Grip was glued on to the plastic OEM throttle tube. I priced a new right side grip but at $220 I though that a bit steep and as usual with Kawasaki it came glued on a plastic throttle tube, sort of defeated the purpose. Some more research on how to get the OEM Heated grip off with out destroying it, I searched the usual forums for info and came up with lots of posts, some ideas and real little detail. One post said just raise the grip a little with a flat screw driver and squirt in some WD40 and work it loose. After doing some research on WD40 I found that 1 of its 1000's of uses it dissolving glue. So I decided the screw driver and WD40 method was the go. Here is the steps involved in fitting the G2 Throttle Tamer and removing & refitting the OEM Heated Grip. First off the bike is still dirty from the FR1200G & SS1600 completed last weekend to Nambucca Heads, You will see the road grime in the photos, come from riding through at least 9 hours worth of storms. On with the install.. Position the Bike and try to stay in the shade as it is hot today. This is not a big job but does require removing some bits so a fold up table will do for that and as far as tools go my travel tool kit has everything that is required for this task. Tool kit opened out. When I fitted my throttle lock I modified the cover over the heated grip cable, this and the throttle lock has to be removed, just a few screws, the grip puppy was worn out so I just peeled it off and binned it.