My 950 has started cutting out at low revs for no apparent reason. :huh Yesterday after riding on forestry tracks and coming into a small town as I pulled the clutch in then it stalls dead. I then pull over and hit the starter and it fires up like nothing had happened. I running on premium gas. The bike seems to go OK and only stalls at low revs or at idle, today 3 times at 2 sets of traffic lights. If the bike is idling the engine seems to just stop but if it has a few revs as it is idling down and when I'm about to pull the clutch in for a stop it stalls. The problem is very intermittent making it harder to track down. Idle is set at about 1250 RPM and bike has only 2,500 miles on it. At the first 600 mile service the dealer told me the valves were in spec and no adjustment needed. This has only happened from about 1,800 miles onward; after I added the 16T sprocket. One recommendation I read from another 950 board was " I would suspect that the valves have tightened up. Mine were tight and needed new shims at 1000km. I broke it in pretty hard though. A lot of people have stated that valves didn't need adjustments at the 1000km tune. It is a bit unrealistic to think that the settings at the factory are going to continue to be good as the motor breaks in. Hell, it's one of the main reasons that they call it a breaking in period. Things are changing in the bike. So while your valves may have been fine at 1000km it is probable that now that you've been opening up the bike more and putting miles on it that they have really broken in" Has anyone else had this problem or any idea as to the cause?