I just want to know if anyone else has this problem on their 2009 KLX250s EFI models in the UK or any other country that has the EFI KLX250s :?: :?: To put it simply, after riding the bike for anywhere between 5 minutes to over an hour then stopping at any traffic lights or junctions that means I have to come to a complete stop with the clutch is pulled full in & the bike is in first gear, the bike will tick over fine at correct idle for anywhere between 15 seconds to a minute then stalls/cuts out the engine all by itself, then will take at least 10-20 seconds of turning over to restart itself again.. :evil: :evil: I have also found that the bike cannot do anymore than 75-76mph!!, the ECU on the bike reads the speed of the bike & will start to limit the rpm from 10,500rpm to approx 8000rpm after 50-55mph, then it limits the rpm again from 8000rpm to 7400rpm at the 62-70mph mark, making overtaking rather hair-raising to say the least when you go to past & have no acceleration left due to it being restricted by its rpm's. I have an original 1990 Kawasaki KDX125sr 2-stroke that is far faster than a modern 250 4-stroke, What the hell is going on???.. Ive had the usual crap with Kawasaki UK saying there is no fault or recalls & my dealer says he cant do anything, I have seen that some thailand owners have had the dealers where they purchased the bike calling them to have the newest ECU fitted with a proper map on it that cures all the problems.. But in the UK we get nothing.. SO far I have now got my tickover up at 2000rpm as this seems to stop it from cutting out quite as much.. Also I found that some mods such as fitting the larger airbox snorkel from the kdx220 & fitting a custom made exhaust link pipe with the lamda sensor boss fitted & finished off with an old moto-x stubby-can from an old crf250 also helped slighty with curing the stalling/cutting out, but still didnt cure it & it still stalls/cuts out even with the tickover rpm at over 2000rpm I know from reading on this website that owners in Thailand have had recalls from Kawasaki dealers due to the ecu problems, Is this 100% true & if so, can someone email me a copy of any paperwork to show that it has been a recall so I can hit my dealer with it to make someone here in the UK move their backsides & get me a new proper ecu! Ed.