I'm not the only one who complains about it. http://wr250rforum.f...eral-discussion
Basically the problem is there is a point at low throttle opening where its sort of on/off. Its darn near impossible to ride it around at just off idle. Let off a tiny bit and its like the motor died or throttle cable broke, twist it a tiny bit and it jumps forward like you dropped the clutch. The only way around it is to pretend the throttle starts at about 1/4 and use the clutch when you need less. A lot of fuel injected bikes do it. On the street its only a problem in parking lots or creeping slow traffic. If you arent paying attention it will make you look like a noob with no control over their bike. My KX500 has mountains more torque and will pop a wheelie just off idle but is infinitely smoother at low rpms as long as you can control your wrist.
Edited by Oic0, 14 June 2012 - 06:25 AM.