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post #11 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-11-2019, 03:40 AM Thread Starter
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I can't really say for sure. Instinctively, I always seem to chop the throttle when it happens.

Aggravating when your trying to take off, and it could be dangerous like others have said.
Yeah this is the essence of the matter.
Once we get the splutter, we throttle off by default. Instinctively as you said.
On this one location which I ride over very often I have resisted throttling off because the road is clear ahead and I know it well, but seems the splutter keeps going till I blip down.

So far seems nobody has noticed or experienced this.
Starting to feel like my imagination playing tricks with me.

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