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Old Aug 16th 2017, 09:15 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Macattack View Post
from the video I cannot tell what it is doing , but the relation to revving without throttle input is more than likely related to that micro switch and the communication it has to the ecu.



Are the levers stock ? Is that switch functioning properly? If the answer is yes then IMO you'll need to have a mechanic look at it.



it could also be normal, or possibly a software fix, maybe an adjustment



Also If you are not giving the bike throttle while actuating the clutch then this could be a normal reaction from the ecu.

It (the ecu)could be trying to keep the bike running at idle not knowing your engaging the clutch until the switch is tripped at the end of the engagement of the lever. In other words the bike is not meant to be driven without throttle input

In the video I Do not touch the accelerator, pull and release the clutch. I have all original moto, i have only 600km and the levers are original.
How to check if the switch works properly? Where is it located?
I'll try to make another video that you can see better

Thank you a lot
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Old Aug 17th 2017, 12:10 AM   #12
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Another video



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Old Aug 17th 2017, 02:03 AM   #13
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Completely normal. It's a feature to help you pull away from a stop.
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Old Aug 17th 2017, 04:14 AM   #14
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Completely normal. It's a feature to help you pull away from a stop.


Exist a fix for decrease this feature?

The micro switch is this?



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Originally Posted by giusemanuel View Post
Exist a fix for decrease this feature?

The micro switch is this?


Yes that is the switch
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Old Aug 17th 2017, 07:10 AM   #16
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Yes that is the switch


Ok, what have i to do to check if work properly?


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Old Aug 17th 2017, 07:24 AM   #17
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Ok, what have i to do to check if work properly?


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I am not sure , but as has been said judging by the video you posted it is working properly . the bike was not designed to accelerate without throttle input.
here is what I think:
when releasing the clutch on takeoff you must have some throttle input or the bike will try to compensate for your lack of throttle input in an effort to keep the bike running

I think this is done to stop stalling on takeoff . because big twins cough and die when a rider tries to take off on inadequate or insufficient throttle input.

so again all my opinion but I feel like if this feature was disabled the bike would stall more often especially for beginner riders.
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Interesting, never noticed this on my 2015 1299 base. Might have to give it a try.
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Old Aug 31st 2017, 02:39 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by Macattack View Post
I am not sure , but as has been said judging by the video you posted it is working properly . the bike was not designed to accelerate without throttle input.

here is what I think:

when releasing the clutch on takeoff you must have some throttle input or the bike will try to compensate for your lack of throttle input in an effort to keep the bike running



I think this is done to stop stalling on takeoff . because big twins cough and die when a rider tries to take off on inadequate or insufficient throttle input.



so again all my opinion but I feel like if this feature was disabled the bike would stall more often especially for beginner riders.
I do not think it's normal. Accelerate when I pull the clutch and not when I release it.

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Interesting, never noticed this on my 2015 1299 base. Might have to give it a try.

Ok thank you vero much



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Old Sep 1st 2017, 04:18 AM   #20
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I do not think it's normal. Accelerate when I pull the clutch and not when I release it.
It's because it starts giving a little more power during your release phase, then when you suddenly remove the load it will jump a little bit. Completely normal. My 1299 does exactly the same. Try in neutral, and it will be completely stable.
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