The DCT clutch initialize learn procedure is done at the factory. It is not done as part of the delivery/setup process unless problems were discovered during the setup/test ride that required the procedure to be performed.It has happened to several people including me. It seemed to be a problem with low mileage that goes away. Try doing the initialization for the DCT Fred has posted at the top of this board. I think it happened to me last time when I had under 1500 miles. I can't say for sure but I believe that many bikes leave the dealership without being done. End result of initialization is quieter and smoother shifting and I believe the stalling hasn't happened to me since.
I had a dealer keep my new at the time 2014 BMW K1600GTL Exclusive for 3 months during riding season. They then screwed me big time the next time I took it in for service. I have never been back to that dealer since. I is NOCO Motorsports in Fort Collins, Colorado.Thanks I will do this when I get the bike back, Dealer has had it for 2 + months now.
MuffThe DCT clutch initialize learn procedure is done at the factory. It is not done as part of the delivery/setup process unless problems were discovered during the setup/test ride that required the procedure to be performed.
I agree!! It’s probably outside in the back collecting dust ‘till they figure something out! >. Go there & get your bike back . . . NOW!!You let them keep the bike for 2 plus months.
What's up with that? I would never let that happen to my bike for whatever reason.:smile2: