New to the forum, and new to the Versys. Recently purchased an '09 Versys with 2500 miles. Have noticed that the bike runs rough around 2700-3100 rpm. I am used to larger twin cylinder (BMW) motorcycles and was expecting the 650 twin to run smoother through the rpm range. I have read through a few threads on this board and have not been able to determine if this is normal or not. OR am I just not running the bike/throttle correctly being so used to much larger twin cylinder engines.
With only 2500 miles I do not think I need to worry about throttle body sync or other issues around the fuel injection. Or do I?
Anything I should look at pro-actively?
Thanks in advance for any guidance in this area.
PS Really like the bike, very pleased with overall feel and performance!!!
Have a 09 with only 450 miles on it. Have been breaking in and mine runs very smooth @ a steady 3000 RPMS. I'm not sure how much fuel you've ran thru the bike and if you're using the high octane, but a little moisture in the fuel or it's been setting for awhile could cause a little roughness at times. Just a thought.