Nope, no issue.
Just adjust your shock settings with the bike warm.
With the fat cat there you can feel the warmth more vs. otherwise... still no comparison to many other bikes as far as feeling heat goes though.
Rekluse clutch compare:
Roll off the throttle and there is motorbrake until you go slower than just above Idle.
Gears change manually with the shift lever, quick shifter can be used so you also dont need to let off the gas for shifts.
I have, but it was me and not the bike,
and I was able to "tune" it out.
Thread 'TANK SLAPPER!!!' https://hqvadventure.com/forum/threads/tank-slapper.316/
The bike is light, and behaves as such... bikes that need steering dampers typically come with one or have a factory option to put one on.
As mentioned above, can check connectors for battery, sidestand switch, clutch sensor, gear position sensor, and pretty much every accessible connection point.
When mine was new it had some strange electrical quirks which were improved by cleaning and reconnecting the battery, and then solved...
Yeah, when I expect the rain or snow I typically use a pair of Geox Amphibeox boots I have because they grip so well.
You dont know what your missing though, until you catch a freak downpour in summer when it hasent rained forever... the roads are at least 5 times slipperier than Ice and you...