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post #21 of 41 (permalink) Old 06-15-2018, 04:54 PM
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I notice my bike doing this when stopped in neutral with the cutch out. Honestly I am fine with it. I can't see how it would affect my riding in any way.
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Bloody **** lads I've just purchased my new v4 and I'm waiting for it to be pdi and delivered some of you make it sound like I've just brought a nightmare
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Bloody **** lads I've just purchased my new v4 and I'm waiting for it to be pdi and delivered some of you make it sound like I've just brought a nightmare
Picked mine up on Friday and first ride Saturday morning. Brilliant.
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Bloody **** lads I've just purchased my new v4 and I'm waiting for it to be pdi and delivered some of you make it sound like I've just brought a nightmare
I'm fairly certain I said it had no real effect on the fun of the bike, and as others said, doesn't change how you ride it.

Here's my two issues:

1) Sound -- simply an annoyance, it does sound like **** when it goes CDA

2) prolonged effects of reliability/maintenance interval issues because of CDA

The second one I'll admit I know nearly nothing about and need to read more on, but here's where I started...anyone else got any good info?

https://www.sciencedirect.com/scienc...01679X17306035

Honestly anything a car/truck/equip mfg does as far as improvements to a vehicle in the name of EPA or emissions is usually not good for the consumer.

Thus #2 really is the only real concern.
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Cylinder drop

The bike sounds like a donkey in estrus when running on two cylinders.

I now have ~1600 kms riding in temps up to 34C in full leathers.

I have also removed those cheap black plastic engine side covers and the second coolant overflow reservoir.

I have NO issues with heat whether stopped, riding in slow traffic or on the road.

If I am allowed to infinitely adjust preload, compression, rebound, steering damper, engine braking, engine response, ABS, wheelie control, slide control, etc, why the he*l can I not turn off the god-damned two cylinder kill bullsh*t?
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post #26 of 41 (permalink) Old 06-28-2018, 04:04 PM
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Picked up my brand new v4 today after a great 110 mile run home the bike started to play up I think it was to do with theses rear cylinders shutting down after 2 miles I pulled over switched the bike off for 5 minutes then started it up again and all was ok,I can only discribe the bike rode like it was running out of petrol. One thing I will say is the bike I picked up today does not ride anything like the v4 I road tested 6 weeks ago around town and in heavy traffic does anyone know whether this rear cylinder up date can be removed from my bike???
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Had something strange happen with the demo bike I rode. I rode around a corner on a city street and the engine felt like it was just out of gas and dying. I pulled in the clutch and gave it some gas and it finally got back to normal. No low gas light on. Also I don't think that bike was just running on two cylinders. I have no idea what was going on with that bike. It was a couple of months ago. My purchased bike does run on two cylinders when in neutral. So far no issues with it. I can hear it switch to two cylinders even when rolling to a stop in neutral but it works OK. So I am not sure your problem is because us the two cylinder feature.
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post #28 of 41 (permalink) Old 06-28-2018, 11:28 PM
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I have had mine for a few months now, first service has been done and the only time mine goes into 2 cylinder mode is while I am waiting at a stop light.

As soon as I start letting the clutch out all 4 cylinders start working. The only change is in the sound.
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My bike is doing exactly the same. It wants to stall sometimes. Like dirty fuel or no fuel. Itís had all the updates done too
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post #30 of 41 (permalink) Old 07-12-2018, 11:07 PM
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I think the bike is brilliant. Shouldnít affect while moving. Only during idle.

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