Thank you very much, HJ. Just thought acknowledgement was appropriate here as well as via PM.Hey Essie I just got off the phone with my ace mechanic buddy. He is pretty sure the dealership did not do the initialization process properly.
His remedy for the problem is as follows.
Delete and reset all the adaptation values
Reinstall factory map.
Now this is where most dealerships screw up the process. Start up the bike and do NOT touch the throttle until the engine temp sensor shows a minimum of 80 degrees C.
If the engine should die during this process just hit the start button to relight the motor, but whatever you do do NOT touch the throttle. Don't worry if you have to hit the start button multiple times during the process.
He said this should fix most problems guys are having.
He also said that when riding the bike and coming to a stop do NOT just pull in the clutch while rolling along say at 20 mph and hold it in until you are stopped. Doing this will cause the ecu to richen up the fuel map which can lead to other issues.
Like a said earlier, this ECU system is complex beyond our realization and if not setup and used correctly can lead to problems.
Good luck and let me know what happens.
I also sent this to you on a PM.