2018 Shift Missing Neutral 95%
I've had my 2018 for a little over a year now. Bought it brand new. It has about 4K miles on it. Since the day I've owned it, at temperature, when coming to a stop, and it's engaged in 1st, clutch pulled in, trying to shift to N fails about 95% of the time. I know it's a tiny hit to get it in N, but this **** is bonkers. I've had it in the dealership over 5 times for this reason alone (documented), and they keep telling me the adjusted it and measured it bla bla bla. It's actually worse after my last visit to the dealer. I've now been in a situation when in 2nd clutch shifting to 1st and it just drops in N. Totally unsafe!!! I showed the service manager exactly what it was doing, in the parking lot. Even sitting there, started the bike, sitting in 1st and trying to kick up to N ALWAYS ends up just jumping past and lands in 2nd. Sometimes I have to slam it down from 2nd and it hits N. He said: "Yeah, that's not normal."
I've asked the dealer the last 2 times to actually look into the clutch. It's not a cable or clutch lever problem. It's mechanical. Does anyone have ANYTHING I can try to resolve this. The dealer is an hour away and always busy. Any suggestions???? It's to the point where riding my bike isn't fun anymore. I live in DC, so afternoon rush hour stop-and-go traffic is absolutely terrible. Thanks for any advice.
2018 S1000RR - Black Storm Metallic