Oh, I've used summer gloves, winter gloves, wet gloves... you name it. Frankly, the DCT control is in dire need of improvement, to have an idling speed that is a slow running pace is just ridiculous. It only takes a slight wobble or bump in the road to cause the rider to lean to the right, at which point the only available brake is the front one. And as a consequence of the high CoG, the whole bike tips over to the right and the bars lock. I have never encountered this difficulty with a manual gearbox but it's happening all the time with the DCT, to the point where i am becoming frightened to go out on the bike. I am certain this bike will kill me if I continue with it, Honda really need to improve the DCT control.@Elfen may be a stupid question but what kind of gloves are you using? My personal experience was the same before too sensitive throttle then I change to thin summer gloves and put my little finger around the balance ring and hold that in place when I move the throttle with the other part of my hand. That was much better I tried the setting HSCT on 1 and WB on 1 it was stil possible the give a little bit controlled power. If you have summer gloves in combination with heated grips you have no cold hands( most people where winter gloves and the surprised the heared grips are not working well). But I agree with you it would be better that you can make a seletion of the sensitivity of the throttle. Maybe is Honda reading this kind of posts.
suggestion There are here over 10k users on this forum if Honda [email protected] or after sales will communicate with the moderator of this forum then we as user know that Honda received our points or complains and Honda can give a feedback to the users here via the Moderator. Now we all want to what the update of DCT is but nobody can give an answers also the dealers don’t know anything.