The American Honda Motor Company has issued a recall of all 2021 Honda NC750X bikes equipped with the DCT (Dual Clutch Transmission). A total of 357 bikes sold in America are affected by this recall.
Asphalt and Rubber mentions in its report that the fuel injection control module software on the affected motorcycle may be programmed incorrectly, resulting in insufficient fuel when stopping or accelerating from a stop. This can cause the bike to stall unexpectedly and abruptly, increasing the risk of a crash. This bulletin affects 357 units from American Honda.
Honda first discovered the issue on a fleet vehicle in February 2021 in Japan. After initially determining that it was not a safety issue, Honda later issued the recall after reports of the problem and resulting injuries from Europe and America.
Honda will notify owners whose vehicles are a part of this recall before January 7, 2022. Dealers will update the fuel injection and DCT software free of charge to rectify the issue.