Hmmmm, maybe as the mileage goes up the gear box and clutch will bed in? This isn't the first time I'm hearing about people having difficulty finding neutral. What mileage is your 1090 at?
Addition: During 1000Km maintenance yesterday it was found that the system contained some air after bleeding the air it is possible to bring the clutch lever closer to the handlebar and still fully disengage the clutch.I noticed some similar issues after adjusting the screw in my clutch lever to bring it closer to the handlebar.
The clutch didn't fully disengage.
After setting it back to the widest position my gear selection was smooth as before and neutral easy to find.
Bleeding the brakes won't help the clutch. :wink2: But yes, the hydraulic system may need to be bled. I don't yet own a 1090R but based on my other KTMs, you need to use a specific type of oil. NOT BRAKE FLUID!!!So you just bled the brakes to bring the clutch lever closer in?
I guess it's ktm "feature" on my ktm 500 exc it's very hard to put neutral when stopped, not a problem while moving though.