I've had the "typical" stalling, hesitation, poor mileage, and surging that many have reported with the KTM 990 Adventure (mine is a 2007). I purchased mine (new) in Sept. 2009 and started experiencing these drivability issues almost immediately. Unfortunately, this was an eBay purchase from an out of state dealer so I could not take the bike in right away. Well, I finally took the bike to my nearest (Michigan) LC8 certified dealer (150 miles away in Kalamazoo) last week and here's the update: Bad News: A VIN search showed that the warranty is expired, even though the dealer (European Motorcycles of Pittsburgh) clearly stated in the auction that it came with a full 2 year KTM factory warranty. I called EMofP and was informed that they are no longer a KTM dealer, but that they would help try to resolve the issue with KTM. So, TBD on that part. More Bad News: I had already done the first oil change, but decided that I should probably have the factory service performed for the valve adjustment as a precaution. I told them to replace the fuel filter while they were at it, as I had suspicions that this was a fuel related problem. When they took off the air box the mechanic was horrified to find that the throttle bodies and every other fuel system component were covered in a rust colored layer of stinky, watery fuel. The Good News: This is likely a major part of the drivability problem that I've been experiencing. Sticking secondary butterflies, water in the gas, etc could explain most of the problems I've had so far. Plus the guys at Life Cycle seem to know what they're doing and are willing to do what it takes to get this thing fixed. TBD: Will any of this be covered under warranty...and do I have one? I'm sure in a court of law, I have a warranty, but I hope that with a few simple keystokes that KTM can fix it in their system. The fuel issue will be hard to prove as a "manufacturer defect"..but it's certainly not my fault. I've only used gas from known gas stations in my area...and the bike has had this issue since the first tank of gas (It only had 36 miles on it when I bought it). I should have taken the bike in sooner, but lucky I called Life Cycle as soon as it started happening, because I wanted to at least verbally document the condition until I could get the bike in for service.