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    Question Engine cuts off when the clutch lever pulled in

    Engine cuts out when the clutch lever pulled in for some time while stationary
    Anyone noticed this? How to avoid this?
    Last edited by Artem; 05-08-2014 at 03:09 PM.

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    I will check mine tomorrow for you. I have not noticed this. So I can understand, are you saying you ride the bike and at a traffic light you stop and hold clutch in whilst in first gear, ready to move off? but after a while your engine cuts out? could be something to do with the stand as this cuts out engine if you are in gear, maybe loose?

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    That's correct. I am at the traffic light in 1st gear with the clutch in. And when just about to ride off the engine cuts out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artem View Post
    That's correct. I am at the traffic light in 1st gear with the clutch in. And when just about to ride off the engine cuts out
    Are you sure you're not stalling it when you're about to ride off ???
    Or stand swithch issue?

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    I'll try to find a way to reliably reproduce the issue and post back.
    I just thought it's some kind of eco feature.

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    The engine as a auto stop system but it only operates after 20 min of idling,
    could you be catching the side stand as you pick your foot up off the floor
    to set off?
    Ralph Nr Fleetwood NW UK

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    Who would invent a vehicle that falls over when you stop?


    If you find a answer to your problem then please come back and post
    the answer as it will help others with the same problem.

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    Best advice....take to the dealer sorted

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artem View Post
    I'll try to find a way to reliably reproduce the issue and post back.
    I just thought it's some kind of eco feature.
    Don't know if you've tried this already, but anyway.
    If I were you I would figure out how easy it is to stall by easing the clutch without any gas, see how much/little clutch pull is needed to still keep motor running. Check your clutch play, you might need to tension the cable to remove slack, 1-1½ mm play is enough I think. If you have reach adjustable after market clutch lever, make sure it has enough travel, not adjusted to position closest to handlebar. This excercise will also show you how easy the motor stalls w/o engaged throttle, and the feedback it provides doing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artem View Post
    Engine cuts out when the clutch lever pulled in for some time while stationary
    Anyone noticed this? How to avoid this?
    Yes, same thing happened to me the other day. Came up to a stop, grabbed the clutch put it in first gear and then it just stalled.. On my bike the idle is very low, just a bit over 1000 rpm when it's warm. So maybe that's the reason why it stalled?

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    my bike's tickover is a little over 1000 rpm, I haven't experienced the stalling problem. The manual 3-14 says release the clutch slowly, it certainly doesn't like my old quicker gear changes, perhaps the flywheel is so light, not sure. When engaging first gear from neutral from cold this bike clunks like a Guzzi or a bm.

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