Not a problem (Hopefully!), just wanted to know about a bit more about engine braking... So the question arose whilst riding my 1098R, noticed that the engine braking effect is noticeably, not a lot, but noticeably, lower than on my 1299. I guess the 1299 will naturally have a larger engine braking effect anyway, however, I didn't think the differences in the engines would be that great that the effect would be noticeable. Not sure if it's linked, but another thing I've noticed is when I rev the bikes with the clutch dis-engaged, the revs on the 1098R drop slightly slower than the 1299? EBC on the 1299 is also set to minimum intervention. So, does this sound normal? Does the 1098R have some sort of EBC, I didn't think so...? My understanding of EBC is that it reduces the effects of engine braking by still applying a tiny bit of throttle? If not, maybe I have a sticky throttle?