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My bike sometimes starts vibrating and rpm drops when coming to a stop after shifting in neutral. After shifting into neutral, when I let out clutch the RPM drops and bike vibrates more and louder deeper tone with lower RPM. Sounds like almost stalling out. Happens when bike is warm. Never happens when cold. Pressing the clutch handle makes noise vibration go away. Then returns when i release the clutch still in neutral. Any ideas?
 

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Does not help when using mobile phone. There is no problems issues and concerns section. I found not find under all forum choices. I already looked at the sticky is this how I have to look for problems every time?
 

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My bike sometimes starts vibrating and rpm drops when coming to a stop after shifting in neutral. After shifting into neutral, when I let out clutch the RPM drops and bike vibrates more and louder deeper tone with lower RPM. Sounds like almost stalling out. Happens when bike is warm. Never happens when cold. Pressing the clutch handle makes noise vibration go away. Then returns when i release the clutch still in neutral. Any ideas?
I notice the SAME THING when I came home after my first ride on the bike last night. I pulled up to the house, put it in neutral, and left it running. I was sitting on it, pushing it around with my feet, and I noticed it was making a strange vibration. It wasn't knocking or making a bad bearing noise. It was just making this weird intermittent vibration, almost like a stumble or something. It actually had me worried. I didn't think to try and pull in the clutch, I just shut it off and parked it. Oil level is plenty full. It ran perfectly fine, I put about 50 miles on it, no issues. Perhaps the bike just does this normally as part of the overall design? I don't know. I also noticed a strange noise when riding the bike at 32-38 mph under light throttle. The bike was making a WAH-WAH-WAH-WAH-WAH-WAH-WAH-WAH noise, but only in that specific speed range. I figured it was the bias-ply tires, because it sounded like tire noise to me. It didn't sound like a bad bearing noise. This bike is NEW, it shouldn't have any problems. Noises don't bother me that much, as long as I know everything is okay. I don't want the bike to break-down on me out in the middle of nowhere.
 
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