My start up procedure;
2.wait for the dashboard to settle down which lets the ECU boot up (so I'm told)
3.start the engine
4.earplugs, helmet and gloves on
5.quick "Valentino Rossi" style tug of my gear to get comfortable
- by now the engine rev's should have settled down to a normal idle, I think it usually takes a minute or so even on a cold day, so off we go.
I was advised to let the engine thoroughly warm up because the clutch can be very grabby when cold, but honestly who can wait that
long. Anyway the neighbours would complain about the noise. They've already told me I'm their alarm clock for work
I think they were joking.