nothing wrong with the motor........just a few minor complaints
the external oil line could be removed by drilling a few holes
and why 2 oil pumps?
why not sump>pump>filter>cooler>motor>sump?
why can't it be electronics that are wrong?
everything gets released as a Beta version, 'hey, lets have the public be the test Guinea pigs for us'
most bikes have terrible fueling and ignition maps, thats why there are flat spots, holes and excessive fuel consumption
the Factories won't hire people the know fueling and ignition because:
1.they are cheap
2.they are stupid
3.their egos get in the way
4.any or all of the above
here's Adam's view of the ignition map;
"The original F4 750 had a horrible advance map - never seen anything like it !
For example, 3 degrees throttle:
1800rpm, 20 degrees advance
2700rpm, 60 degrees advance
3300rpm, 35 degrees advance
4000rpm, 60 degrees advance
It's like that all the way through the map !
all this stuff was figured out a long time ago by old farts
the electronics clowns don't look at how things were done for a 100+years in fueling a motor.....because they think that processor speed is the Holy Grail that will fix everything
my BMW R-1150GS sitting on it's stand has an A/F ratio of ~12.2 at 4,000RPM
thats 0.6 points richer than max acceleration fueling 12.8
my Aprilia RSVR shows about the same number DECELERATING from 4,500 down
at cruise, its at max power fueling 13.5???? why???
pulling fuel out on decel gets you ~40mi/tank more
one of my friends hacked the Bosch Motronic ECU on the BMW bikes......
'hey Knurl, you got any idea what they are trying to do? look at it, its zig zag lines' i have no idea what they were trying to do.....they don't either
seen graphically fuel maps are smooth curves......with minor bumps for pipe acoustics