True, and I'm getting better at that. Being my first bike, I had to get over the idea that slipping the clutch was abusive, like it is with automotive dry clutches. Plenty of more experienced riders have complained about flame-outs, stalling, etc., though.
From what I've read, this has more to do with trying to get bikes to meet ever more restrictive emission standards than anything else. It irritates me that the engineers are boxed into that tight corner, with the result being bikes that can be more difficult to control than they would be if they were allowed to design for rideability first, emissions second.
I can't see the FB post.
mine i feel does it all, low mid high,i dont use the clutch much, i tend to carry momemtem and not alot of rpm,
My L is really Electric im throttle, power,
When i had vortex on it was like a 125 2 stroke compared to now,
The hit and throttle was not smooth,
But really made no more power until 8500,
and it was not useable to me,
sometime you need to carry more rpm /speed and transhion to that is easy on mine,
Now mine is just right
it would do trials if i put a 13/53 on it,