I recently traded my 2014 111 for a 2019 RM with the 116 (stage 3) kit. It has been updated with the heavier rods, has a high flow filter, and just over 10k miles on the engine. 1. I’ve noticed that when cold, a quick throttle blip will sometimes stall the engine, and it does stumble sometimes even with a warm engine blip. (I know that it is not necessary to blip these F.I. Bikes, but old habits die hard.) 2. When running with Rear Cylinder Deactivation on, often I will hear a quick knock (maybe 1 or 2) when I first give it fuel to activate the rear cylinder again. 3. This engine seems to be a little “jerky” on the throttle response. Or is it just me trying to get used to a new engine? 4. My stock 111 (with a PVCX tune) seemed to be more stable at a low rpm lug and grunt than this big motor. Similar, I suppose, to the 111 Stage 2 cams. So am I imagining all this because I am kinda stuck on my old habits or is the 116 that much different?