Just to clear up anything, there's no chance your foot covered the shift lever and barely touched it at any of those moments right?
There is always the chance the QS is loose or something and the slightest vibrations starting to set it off? Like if you don't commit to a shift or not accelerating/decelerating and try to shift that would happen where it won't let you shift but tried to start rev matching. Just my thoughts on it not that it is the issue. Of course if it is loose or bad QS, try to get a new one before the warranty runs out
I haven't been able to ride much since I got my new QS 2 days ago but riding home from the dealership it felt better but only time will tell.
I am certainly not on the QS when it is happening. I have about 6 or 7 other videos of it happening and it is definitely the bike surging/stalling. Seems like a fuel/emissions/servo cable issue?
It does buck the bike when it happens especially in repeated fashion like in the video below.
You can hear it happen a bunch of times in that video. Happens even more after I throttle past the car to see if that would fix it. First 10-15 seconds bike is riding fine.
Honestly I thought I was lucky for the first 4500 miles because all I had was the clutch & brake light issue.
Then I experienced all the issues everyone else was talking about (DQS stopped working after 5000 miles randomly, no errors in ECU so dealer doesn't care) along with engine stalling/surging. They were never able to fix the air in the clutch issue even after replacing the slave and master. There's some serious gremlins on this bike--and all the people with sub 4-5k miles are probably in for a treat later on (and either the others with 6k+ are real lucky or have their time coming, even the MCN guy complained about the DQS and he's at 8k).
Last edited by tyr; 09-26-2018 at 07:41 AM.