Havent had time to check much, comrade...but rode to Sandringham today, a decent 50km round trip, then a series of smaller trips, probably covered close to 100km all up, and no problems whatsoever, not even a hint...
I will mention the issue to the mechanic tomorrow, though am unsure if he will know what I mean by the wire tap with the diagrams which I dont have handy, though could print and take with me tomorrow I suppose. Without having the problem to show, it could be a pricy game for me to say it needs solving!
Wouldnt even call the issue intermittent, twice in a week. When I ride a lot everyday.
So of these things -
Get your mechanic to at least check that wire tap. Also check the PC111 negative connection at the battery. Thin black wire.
Make sure the coil connections are good. They are a push on spade terminal and can come loose.
Make sure your fuel tank is venting. Do this carefully. After a brief run, carefully open fuel tank. There should be no vacuum.
You could be due an in tank fuel filter.
Check vacuum hoses on throttle bodies.
Check all sensor connections.
Good luck mate.
Should I ask the mechanic to check the lot? Or is that likely to be hours of work added to my estimated 1.5 to 2 hours for the fork spring replacement?