Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Brazoria, TX
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Sounds like the clutch is sticking. Mine has done it. Try doing this:
1) Before starting, hold the clutch in while the bike is in gear.
2) Now rock the bike back and fourth while sitting on it.
If that breaks the clutch free, and you can start it without the 'surge', then your clutch was sticking.
If that solves the problem, you might try changing the oil to a thinner viscosity, or you'll just have to get used to starting it in neutral.
Hope this helps
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