My 790R has an undocumented ignition kill when it is dropped.Correct, like the current gen 390s have a safety shut-off when tilted past a certain point(dropped) that i dont think even previous 390 models had. This safety feature will be carried over across all models that they think it helpfull in, without us necessarily knowing about it.
After you pick the bike up, it will run the starter but never fire. You must turn the key off and back on again to make it work again. Obviously different systems interlinked here, and it's not cohesive. A message on the dash and not running the starter would be a better option.
Interesting. I know that LandRover Freelanders had exactly that issue. They'd simply stop, and the fix was to bypass (or reset?) the tip-over switch. Happened to a mate of mine while on the West Coast; fortunately the garage he ended up at called some enthusiast mates who knew the answer.Edit: BTW, this is a possible cause of some bikes cutting out on normal riding imo.(so they might pull the feature if it becomes a regular issue)