This is your rev limiter kicking in, is it affecting your ability to gain speed? although it aseems to be kicking in a bit premature. maybe your tach is off and its a normal rev limiter. if not try to change your plugs and fuel filter and air filter
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Are you saying that when you put the bike into gear to pull away from standing, the engine cuts out? If so, then check your side stand switch. It is there to cut the engine out if you try to ride off with your stand down. Your stand may be up but the switch may be telling the engine it is down.
Did I just answer this one? If not what I said just before is, yes the clutch can get gooey and bound up after sitting.
Some guys start it up in gear, get it rolling and then hold the clutch lever in and mash the brake until it frees up, easy but will surely get my hinder sued if I recommended it, so, pull off the clutch cover on the engine right where the lever moves with the clutch cable, watch the goo come out (oil), then remove the discs and plates, clean each one with brake cleaner and be sure you put them back in reverse order.
Of course before you do all this be sure you're clutch cable is OK, watch the lever on the engine where the clutch attaches while you pull the handle and be sure it's pulling it nice and free.
that's a bad neutral safety switch...it's a shop repair...now, the reason it goes bad:
the 1st gear is for getting the bike moving, period...you "never" wind out in 1st gear...ever...high rpm and going from 1st to 2nd is very bad for a transmission...think about how much movement is happening to go from the bottom, past neutral, to 2nd gear...that's where most trans damage occurs...once you start moving, go to 2nd, then rev it out... remember...1st gear is for getting moving only...
Sounds like your clutch is stuck on [not disengaging when you pull the leaver]This can happen over a long storage-no use period.To fix put the bike in 3rd gear and start the engine with the clutch lever pressed[caution the bike will want to surge forward so keep your foot on the brake]Make shure to have the engine up to normal running temperature before you try this fix.the engine firing along with the brake pulled will release the sticking clutch plates.This will work!!!
hi...put kickstand up 1st befor putting in gear....as this how bigger hondas work its a safety thing so u carnt ride off with side stand down...but cuts engine if kickstand still down & then wont start as you in gear.....even if kickstand up wont start in gear!!...hope this helps