Welcome to the reality of computer-studded modern motorcycles. And I consider that emphasis a benefit. Even if the first examples aren’t quite what they should be, there’s a chance they’ll get fixed, as was the case with the Multi and, for that matter, Yamaha’s FZ-09, whose first-year RBW was far less than ideal. Emphasis on computer control is the way manufacturers get so much power, meet emissions and noise regulations, and still provide bikes that a human can manage. What it takes instead of a willingness to change components after the fact is patience that the original manufacturer (or an enterprising aftermarket type with the right programming chops) will eventually send you a collection of ones and zeros that makes your bike really sing.