And the last thing is, it's a Honda twist the pee out of it and use the clutch friction zone. Have fun.
That's the way to do it. Just let the front hover as your eyeballs get sucked into the back of your head.
Thank for all the responses, great info and
I have had my share crotch crushing stalls, but you learn pretty fast when that kind of pain is involved! No proble with launching.
Here are a few examples of my problem:
-You are down shifting through the gears, coming up to traffic at a red light. The light turns green and the cars start rolling before you get there. This leaves in second or third coasting. Now you roll, ever so gently, back on to the throttle, to match the speed of the slowly accellerating cars in front of you, and the bike lurches forward, so you try to ease off and it shuts down. Oops, I must have been too abrupt, lets ease on even softer, JERK, JERK JERK. Like a newb doing a poor bucking bronco impression!
-Same while maintaining speed while cruising in any high gear.
-And the one I can't live with: doing this while mid corner trying to reduce my chicken strips.
In a high powered rwd car, I am used to braking, turning in, pointing at the apex and powering out as I ease up on the steering. The bike feels very much the same, but the power on "hit" is very sloppy and won't let me get my lean on.
I have checked the the chain tension, and it is good. I'm going to keep putting miles on the bike and see if it gets better. I did do an early first oil change, but it's not to 200 miles on the odo yet.
Are there problems using the PCIII on an 2007? I plan on adding a slip on and would also like some adjustability. (I leave nothing stock) I guess the problem I am having could be considered a "flat spot".
Anything else I should add or look at to reduce this? It is a CA bike and still has the charcole can and cat.