I have checked the discussions and can't find this so if its out there already sorry. Anyone else notice that while going through the gears you don't have to letoff the throttle while pulling in the clutch? If your getting on it you have to letoff the throttle but, at normal takeoff just hold the throttle steady pull in the clutch the RPMs stay the same switch gears etc etc. Now if you pull in the clutch and letoff or twist the throttle a little the rpms go up or go down like normal. I have asked several guys with different bikes no one has that on their bikes. I hope I didn't confuse anyone or I didn't explain it right. To test it out go up to say 3k rpm while in gear driving down the road hold the throttle and grab the clutch it should stay at 3k and not go up in rpm. You have to be in gear you can't just do it in neutral.