Throttle response or vehicle responsiveness is a measure of how quickly a vehicle's prime mover, such as an internal combustion engine, can increase its power output in response to a driver's request for acceleration, such as a pedal being pressed. Throttles are not used in diesel engines, but the term throttle is often used to refer to any input that modulates the power output of a vehicle's prime mover. Throttle response is often confused with better power, but throttle response is rather related to time taken for change in power level.
racing throttle response .... gives you more acceleration when you are at your top speed... it releases throttle and give you some more acceleration.. i am one of the user of the bike and i have experienced it too
RTR : Racing Throttle Response...
RTR is not a technology..it's an quality of apache and it stands for "racing throttle response"
one for the throttle and one for steering
Maybe, you may have no throttle response at all depending on the failure.
The throttle position sensor can be tested by moving the throttle as observing the engine's response. If it is smooth and consistent, the sensor is functioning properly.
The throttle cable may be broken.
Low octane fuel.
what doesit mean when you start a 1984 200x atc and the motor is racing
SRT-4 = STREET and RACING TECHNOLOGY and the 4 represents the number of cylinders that an neon or caliber srt4 has.
It could be the fuel pump, fuel pressure sensor, or PCM
Because it's a Harley, 65 HP 1940s tractor engine. R&R bike.