Last night I was riding my 2020 S 1000RR home on the 405 freeway. About 25 miles out I thought I detected a change in engine note. Coming from an RSV4 I thought it started to sound more like my previous V4, with a low ragged rumble engine note. No code on the dash and I was wearing earplugs so I just figured it was a combo of low-frequency road noise and the occlusion effect from the earplugs playing tricks on my hearing. This morning I started the bike up again and this time I convinced the engine note sound much more like a V4 than the normal 'tinny' I-4, as I attempted to exit my parking garage I noticed the bike was running like **** and I stalled twice. I was low on fuel ( 4 miles showing on fuel countdown) and attributed the rough running to that in my mind. As I went to accelerate the rough running became more noticeable and I think I could also detect a slight loss of power. After leaving eh gas station the rough running/ power loss was still there. I rode another 1/4 mile to my buddy's house where I stalled the bike for a 3rd time (never happens to me) while pulling into his driveway. After getting off my eyes were immediately drawn to the glowing red exhaust/cats. I checked the engine temp and it was at 183 degrees. From my parking garage to the gas station to my buddy's drive is less than 1/3 of a mile. My max speed was probably 35 mph, max rpm during this stint was less than 8k. Total running time including warm-up was less than 5 mins. I've only glowing red exhaust on bikes being run very hard on the dyno in videos. To confirm we waited 15 min for the bike to cool, then I took a short ride at less than 30 mph up the street and back. The result was the same, the exhaust/cat was glowing red again. I've shifted through a few threads indicating problems with faulty ignition coils and think this may be the issue but I'm confused as to why there aren't' any codes on the dash. Is this normal for those that have had ignition coil failure? Obviously, I'll be taking the bike in for service/ warranty repair next week, but wanted to get a better understanding if anyone can provide one.