Not really. I'm well aware that removing the AI can make things a little smoother. So does tensioning the chain and throttle cables. But that doesn't solve the problem, merely treats the symptoms. But whatever floats your boat. You have failed to spot the majority who have had real results by O2 elimination.There were 4 - 5 happy with the result in the last week. You just failed to spot those.
So in the above, what you are really saying is, that a rider with something like 40 years experience, for example, makes the throttle snatchy by how they ride? Also, there is rhyme and reason for everything.There is no rhyme nor reason as it varies within bikes of the same model year, rider experience, etc.
No its not, a cure is a permanent fix, where the problem is gone completely. Anything else is just a partial fix, so if your throttle still jerks, even slightly, then you haven't 'cured' it by plugging the AI, have you?"Cure" is harder to judge.
Please explain (I feel a little thick here) what my TTP tune, a 796 and your tastes in hooliganism have to do with fixing a jerky throttle? Try as I might, no connection is forming. Or are you saying that you need a TTP tune to disable the O2 sensors? Or a 796 perhaps? I don't know I'm stumped.I'm sure YOUR bike is quite happy with TTP. No doubt mine "could" run better. If I lost any more engine braking though..., I'd be really "cheesed". And when I'm feeling like a hooligan, I take the 796. My T-100 is my relaxed, torquey "standard", not that it can't be ridden briskly. Unlike my 796, it can be left in 4th or 5th for fast "B road" and be satisfying. YMMV and obviously has.