Re: Just a fluke or has anyone seen this before?
I would think that you were seeing the effect(s) of "unburned" gasoline, and even some that dumped itself into the cylinder(s), when the normal sequence was accidentally "flubbed"-especially given the "smoke".. All new cars/motorcycles run rich, from the factory(s)-that has been my experience. The manufacturers have to 'get cars past the EPA and other Federal regulations'-and set them up that way, for compliance. Start it normally-if something happens again(in a similar fashion?)-take it in.
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