That looks bad. Sorry to hear it happened again. I've been in similar situations and rolled on the throttle and haven't had any stalls. My stall was when I was completely stopped and then tried to start out.Had another stall today. This makes it the 4th time. I am going to take it in to service, because this is a safety hazard.
This is a great suggestion. Quick and easy to try, and it makes sense for the stalling problem.I had a similar problem on my 2017 DCT (2200 miles on it). I asked at the shop about it, and the head mechanic suggested I put in an ounce of BG44K, which is an injector cleaner. That fixed the issue. No more stalls, or rough running. He suggested that while it might not be plugged, it might be just dribbling the fuel out. Try a good injector cleaner and see if that helps.
I was able to reset the DCT on my 2017 AT using the procedure described here:Just got the bike back from service. They tried three times to reset the DCT, but it failed to do so. The mechanic told me that they will ask Honda if that was normal and let me know.
I was able to reset the DCT on my 2017 AT using the procedure described here:
The instructions in the service manual were a little confusing. Could it be that the mechanic didn't quite do the procedure correctly? It might be worth trying it yourself. Let me know if want more details on how my reset worked.
wow - in 70k miles of DCT I have never experienced a stall or even thought the bike might be going to. I guess it would have to stall if there was some serious misfire with the engine though.