Several of us have had problems with the bike really wanting to idol low and occasionally die when hot. In my case I suspect that one or more of the steel plates in my clutch is slightly warped causing extra drag, especially when hot.
With your bike in gear (engine off) does it take a fair amount of force (compared to when it is in neutral) to push across a flat floor? Mine does and that's why I suspect my clutch plates may be slightly warped. Usually I idol around 1200 rpm but when things are really warmed up during a long ride occasionally the idol speed is low at a stop and the engine may die.
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Last edited by Spencer1; 07-19-2014 at 12:08 AM.