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Old Nov 1st 2016, 05:10 AM   #11
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Old Nov 1st 2016, 07:16 AM   #12
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My advice would be to stop pulling the clutch lever in so your bike doesn't die.




Lol ok thanks for the advice
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OK they said when we pull the clutch lever it goes into idle mode but the bike was idling too low so the engine got cut off.

They made our bike idle much higher now the problem has not resurfaced so far.

We are starting to think about getting rid of the Pani already starting to fear how much $$$ we will be losing when we are outside of warranty period.

Unfortunately the 2017 Honda CBR1000RR and the new 2017 Suzuki as well as the Kawasaki zx10r are down right obnoxiously ugly (typical ugly japanese bike) we may have to go to Yamaha R1 only because of their reliability history and besides the R1 isn't that ugly for a Jap bike !!!!
R1 reliability history? They had a major recall to replace the transmissions... Not sure of any other issues. From what I've seen all bikes and manufacturers have their share of problems. Some more than others and some are lucky enough to not see any of them. So my thought is buy what you like and don't base it on issues.
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Old Nov 1st 2016, 01:26 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by Alpha Male View Post
OK they said when we pull the clutch lever it goes into idle mode but the bike was idling too low so the engine got cut off.

They made our bike idle much higher now the problem has not resurfaced so far.

We are starting to think about getting rid of the Pani already starting to fear how much $$$ we will be losing when we are outside of warranty period.

Unfortunately the 2017 Honda CBR1000RR and the new 2017 Suzuki as well as the Kawasaki zx10r are down right obnoxiously ugly (typical ugly japanese bike) we may have to go to Yamaha R1 only because of their reliability history and besides the R1 isn't that ugly for a Jap bike !!!!
reliability ?
07-08 R1 history of engine dies in around 25K-30K km (I know at least 10 bikes with that issue) there was a FB page "my r1s engine also died afte 25K km"
TT isle of man i think 2y ago michael dunlop switched back to the S1000RR for the races because (if i recall) they found oil getting into the airbox etc.
2016 worldwide recall complete engines were changed (trans issues), my friend had his engine changed after 2K km...

after 5 GSXR in a raw and looking on the 2017 line, im definitely not regretting (first duc, fingers crossed)
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Old Nov 1st 2016, 02:32 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by flobrandx View Post
R1 reliability history? They had a major recall to replace the transmissions... Not sure of any other issues. From what I've seen all bikes and manufacturers have their share of problems. Some more than others and some are lucky enough to not see any of them. So my thought is buy what you like and don't base it on issues.
That's why we bought Ducati

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reliability ?
07-08 R1 history of engine dies in around 25K-30K km (I know at least 10 bikes with that issue) there was a FB page "my r1s engine also died afte 25K km"
TT isle of man i think 2y ago michael dunlop switched back to the S1000RR for the races because (if i recall) they found oil getting into the airbox etc.
2016 worldwide recall complete engines were changed (trans issues), my friend had his engine changed after 2K km...

after 5 GSXR in a raw and looking on the 2017 line, im definitely not regretting (first duc, fingers crossed)
Always did prefer the Ducati it is by far the sexiest bike on the market wished it had V4 like the Aprilia <3 it would be the complete sexy jizz machine for sure if it did !!!
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Old Nov 2nd 2016, 06:16 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Alpha Male View Post
OK they said when we pull the clutch lever it goes into idle mode but the bike was idling too low so the engine got cut off.

They made our bike idle much higher now the problem has not resurfaced so far.

We are starting to think about getting rid of the Pani already starting to fear how much $$$ we will be losing when we are outside of warranty period.

Unfortunately the 2017 Honda CBR1000RR and the new 2017 Suzuki as well as the Kawasaki zx10r are down right obnoxiously ugly (typical ugly japanese bike) we may have to go to Yamaha R1 only because of their reliability history and besides the R1 isn't that ugly for a Jap bike !!!!
2015 R1's had transmission recall, but it was all fixed, so far no issues with 2016's and the 2017's haven't been changed other than they painted the engine black. I think 1299 aside, it is the best alternative out there. The 1299 looks so beautiful though.
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2015 R1's had transmission recall, but it was all fixed, so far no issues with 2016's and the 2017's haven't been changed other than they painted the engine black. I think 1299 aside, it is the best alternative out there. The 1299 looks so beautiful though.
That's why we bought the 1299 kept going to the dealer kept looking kept walking away but the next day it's the same old routine go back look at bike walk away go back look at bike walk way finally had enough so we bought them

It's like a super model she's so sexy how could you refuse to take her home right?
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I've had the same issue on my anniversario. Happened a few times so far, usually in second, coming to a light, clutch in, dies.

Also have a '16 R1, love that bike more Would very much recommend. Ducati for looks alone..
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Old May 11th 2018, 04:28 PM   #19
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I had the same issue today. I was at a light, yielding to take a left turn. I was stopped with the clutch pulled, bike started idling low and died while I was at a stand still. Had to quickly restart to get out of the intersection.. kinda sketchy.

New bike to me, but sounds like others have had this issue. Is dealer reflash only way to fix this issue?
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