This is my first bike with fuel injection--how do I properly warm my lovely up before twisting the throttle and riding her hard?
So I'm, "warming up" by operating "moderately" rather than letting idle in the driveway?You can give it a few seconds to get the oil pressure up, then start riding. It's best to keep it under 5000rpm until you see one heat bar and don't red line it until you see two. The Glee will warm up in a hurry due to the coolant/oil heat exchanger. It may surge a little when cold but it warms up fastest under a light load so don't idle it. That just wastes fuel, increases air pollution and lengthens time to warm up.
Do some research on the subject. Unless you're one of those "My mind is made up, don't confuse me with the facts" people, you'll change your mind.your opinion noted. i disagree.