Header bolts were checked two weeks ago at the shop. And rider training? This is my 3rd sport bike and 7th machine in total..so not the case there Mr. GP-pro riderSo its 'The' stalling issue.
How about you disconnect 'the' battery, run 'the' bike thru all gears to 'the' redline all day long and see how it goes.
And make sure 'the' header bolts are tensioned.. there is a sensor right there that i suspect is half the problem.. header bolts should be checked after the 'the' first run or at least at 'the' first service.. they loosen like any other bike.
Failing that.. try 'The' rider training course.
if you really enjoy the bike apart from the stalling issue, get a replacement, otherwise if you get a full refund and you fancy something like a ninja 300, take the refund and get yourself one of those if they are a similar price over in the states which i think they areSo I just had an interesting read, according to the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act, Honda has to legally offer me two options..a refund or a replacement product under the full warranty act. Guess I will be making another phone call, seeing as how the rep never called me back about the message I left Friday. So for those of you that have had multiple attemps to fix your bike..now you know the law so, act upon it.
Do you mean the whole.."ride it like you stole it" thing? Actually it was both..hard and soft break-in. I usually break-in all my bikes and atv's the same..start easy..ride hard..ride harder..ride easy again and ride the holy hell out of it. I have never had a problem with a bike because lack of or too much riding during break-in. My first sport bike, I babied the hell out of that bike and it ran just as hard at 4000 miles as it did at 100 miles.How was it run in?
Why would it come from a "dealership" in Japan... that doesn't make any sense at all. More BS from this mechanic? In any case, expedited air shipping is fast, so it's not surprising that they could get a part that fast.But something just struck me as odd...if they ordered the cylinder head last Thursday or Friday and it came from a dealership in Japan..how the hell did it get here today(Tuesday)? Seems a little too fast, doesn't it?
Not sure..all I was told is that there were no parts available in the States. And from the way it sounded, Honda didn't want to get it from the Thai factory. Which doesn't make any sense either, Honda says they have been talking with the Thai factory and the head specs aren't were they should be compared to those coming off the line. So sounds like the Thai people aren't making the parts right. I don't know..every time I get off the phone with Honda I am left scratching my head trying to figure out and piece together what I was told. I'm sure a lot of it is b.s. and very little is true anyway.Why would it come from a "dealership" in Japan... that doesn't make any sense at all. More BS from this mechanic? In any case, expedited air shipping is fast, so it's not surprising that they could get a part that fast.