Originally Posted by kwaka10r
This isn't rocket science, these bikes are pretty simple really.
I'm guessing that:
1) Suzuki know what it is and don't want a massive recall.
2) The dealers just don't have the time or expertise or both to sort it out.
I totally agree and would just like to add that they also don't seem to care too much about making things right.
I myself got the same answer as Leeroy from the dealer and the "Suzuki guy" which was: read the user manual cause it says in there that you may need to hold the throttle open till the bike warms up and this is completely normal. That response is a total joke and pretty much a blow off from the guy who works for Suzuki and is supposed to know his shit.
I really hope someone figures this out soon and or that Suzuki does something about it before I decide that I can't live with it any more and buy a Honda again...