Had a bad stalling problem since about 400miles in. Pull in the clutch, let off the throttle (read: shifting?!?) at about 60mph and it would stall every time. Take off from a stop and it would make me look like a nub by stalling or bogging out. Totally unacceptable and deadly to boot. At the first service Z-racing remaped the FI to stock and had the balls to charge me for it. This was in early September before the new map came out. Problem happened 5 min out of the shop so I won't be going back there. IMHO there is no excuse for that. So i tapped into the FI and cranked up the buttlerfly stop. Stock setting it was not even touching the throttle so I upped it a bit to just leave the butterfies open a tad. This increased my idle to 16500 and more or less fixed the stalling but it still ran kind of rough. I read on another thread that that 3-brothers fixed the issue by getting a KTM tech in to look at the bike so I figured I would let them run the recalls on it. They were prompt, 4-5 hours I got the bike back on a Saturday. When I got the bike back it ran like a dream bu the idle was still a tad high. I lowered it back down to the stock setting (not touching) and the stall/bog problem was back IN FORCE. So I figured that was the main issue. I went back in and adjusted it so it barely keeps the butterflys open at idle. Runs like a dream again. Idles at 1500, not perfect but the stalling was deadly. Also while I was in there my SAS blockoffs came in so I ripped the SAS off. That cured the engine brake popping and it seems to run even smoother. Anyway, if anyone is having stalling usues look at your throttle stop. If it is not touching the throttle it is my guess that the engine is choking at idle and killing your low end responce once you get off idle. Its a bitch to get to for a simple idle adjustment and take trial and error to get it right. You must remove the left tank to access the panel that covers the left side of the (clutch-side) of the airbox. It is easier to do if you take the top off the airbox and the filter but it is possible without doing so. I have got the procedure down to about 15min to make the adjustments. Why the hell there is no external adjustment is beyond me. My '06 vStrom had it so it can't be an emisions deal unless they are trying to skirt a test by choking off air tothe engine at idle. Good luck guys.