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......I have never, in all my years on motorcycles, come to a stop in 5th or 6th gear, clutch lever in, and been unable to shift down to 1st at a standstill.......
My 2003 Honda Varadero XL1000V did that from new for the 10 years I owned it. I learned to live with it.

My current (temporary) bike, 2007 Triumph Tiger 1050 also does that.

My point is I guess, some bikes do, some don't. It's not just a Honda thing.

More often than not it would occur more nearing oil change time and a lot less with fresh oil.

I'm guessing the DCT, I have on order, won't

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Previous: 2003 Honda Varadero XL1000V (bought 2003, Sadly left behind in Europe)
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