Have had my 2018 for about a week now. One thing I noticed is that the bike has stalled a few times when starting off, even after being warmed up a bit.
I know this bike has Low RPM Assist and I can feel it kick in when I'm slowly releasing the clutch lever and not giving any throttle input. But a few times when staring off while giving it a little gas the bike has stalled. Now, I'm making sure I give it enough gas as I do with all bikes I've owned without Low RPM Assist. Seems kind of annoying at times because I would prefer the Low RPM Assist to either work well consistently or go away altogether. LOL
Just wondering if this occasional stalling issue is a normal quirk with the Low RPM Assist feature or if I may need to raise my idle speed. Any and all feedback welcome.
MY dad is the head man of MSF here in Wyoming and taught me something with every bike i ever ride even testing or a buddies, whatever. first thing is always get a feel for the clutch. be in a lot or side street. and from a dead stop release the clutch out slow and once you've done it all the way stop and do it again. i do it shortly for easy torquey bike. ive done up to 30 min of this to get a feel for the clutch. i haven't stalled a bike in over two years just from taking the time to get good clutch control without any throttle.