Main Motorcycle: 2012 Thruxton
Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: New Port Richey, Florida
Other Motorcycle: '96 Trident 900
I'm having the exact same thing on my 2012 T100 (has about 1700 miles). After reading the other thread on this, I first checked battery cable connections (they seemed tight, but tightened them a bit more). That didn't fix it, so I did the mod where you remove the clutch switch and cut off the plunger portion of it, so it effectively always leaves the clutch switch contacts closed. This way, you don't have to pull in the clutch to start. Well, it's still showing the same symptoms every now & then. I'm thinking that it's either marginal contact in the clutch safety switch contacts, or what you say about the ECU low voltage interlock. I may try soldering the wires at the clutch switch closed first, which would completely bypass the switch. More to come.....
2012 Thruxton, '96 Trident 900