About 100 people have viewed this thread, and only about 6 confirmed they have this issue. So lets say this issue occurs in about 5% of S1000RR.
I'd say the issue is not normal and we shouldn't have to live with it.
Has anyone figured out how to replicate the issue? If I can figure out how to make it happen then I can ask the dealer to testride my bike again.
I noticed it's more common while coming to a stop on a less than perfect road. Little bit of bumps help bring out the issue.
Yesterday I came to a complete stop while turning to the right and felt the shaking very bad.
I have a 2011 Ninja and my girlfriend has a 2006 Gixxer and non of those bikes ever had this issue. I'd say NOT NORMAL! and i'm afraid something is loose and unsafe.
I don't have the issue, but not saying it isn't a real one. Curious though, in an earlier post regarding the Panigale incident you said you had never ridden or owned a bike before,
" Hey everyone,I purchased the Ducati about 1 and 1/2 months ago just in a spur of the moment - I WANTED A BIKE!
Never ridden a bike before, I had to call up my friend and have him ride my new Duke home from the dealership for me. I took the riding course 3 days later and got my MC endorsement"
Now you have a 2011 "Ninja"?
Also seems you have a LOT of problems with this new bike from your posts:
-cold start, idles then dies ( 1 2)
noamkrief 09-30-2012 02:57 AM
-quickshiter problems - too stiff!
noamkrief 09-23-2012 12:19 AM
-engine low on power all the sudden