The following is a post by @jespo with my reply underneath. Hi Everyone, Picked up a 2022 KLR adventure about a month ago... and just did my 600 mile initial oil change. So far I'm very happy with the bike... except for one little fuel injection behavior... and wondering if any new KLR owners are experiencing the same behavior. FI Behavior Description: When cruising while engine is in mid-upper RPM (my guess ~3500 and above.. no tach but familiar with RPM sound from previous gen), then slowly rolling off throttle, the FI cuts fuel and/or ignition to the engine. (Most likely by design to prevent decel pop, cool engine, save fuel, etc... my Indian Scout did the same thing... seems to be new FI norm) This 'fuel cut' behavior results in aggressive engine braking. (You can also hear the engine stop firing) When slowly rolling the throttle back on, the transition is abrupt, resulting in a jerk/surge. (and you hear the engine firing/running again) This is most noticeable when trying to maintain steady 50+ MPH down hill or flat road. This 'behavior' does not happen at slower speeds and lower (<~3500) RPM ranges. I can clearly hear the engine firing with the throttle closed at lower engine speeds... and the transition from 'closed throttle-to-opening throttle' is super smooth. Thoughts?[/QUOTE] That’s interesting, I test rode a 22 last Saturday and it was doing the exact thing you mentioned, abrupt fuel cuts in the midrange while trying to cruise steadily in 2nd, 3rd or 4th gear. I loved everything about the bike except that. The dealer let me ride another bike and I could not get that bike to do the same thing. I have money down on one right now and you have me worried. I did notice that on the bike that exhibited these symptoms that the throttle cables had too much play and the play needed to be adjusted out.