i have found you can make it do it most of the time if you pull the clutch in without completely rolling off the throttle fully.
my concern was long term damage from years of occasional popping....but after 15 minutes of talking with the lead tech and sales manager at my dealer i'm convinced its just a nuisance. its a closed loop engine issue, but it apparently doesnt damage anything and my dealer says they have got to the point where they tweak some settings preemptively when someone gets swept pipes because they see it so often.
i agree with okiehoss, it sounds cool.....and since its harmless i dont care anymore.
2011 ness vegas #105