I've read several threads about the clutch spring issues and looked at the sticky. My clutch problem seems like it may be different from those, but I'm just not sure. Most of those threads describe losing power or clutches not engaging until the lever is almost all the way out. Here is what happened with mine (2007 TW200 with 1500 miles). I warmed the bike up (in neutral) for a few minutes until it was idling smoothly. Then, I pulled the clutch lever all the way in. I put the bike in first gear and it jumped forward and stalled (all with the clutch lever pulled all the way in). I put it back in neutral, started it again and this time everything worked fine.
Is that likely the same clutch spring issue? (I'm at work and can't check the spring until later tonight) Or is it a different issue altogether?
I have experienced this frequently in cold weather. Even after seeming to have warmed the engine up [runs with no choke] the bike will stall when I put i into 1st. More gas gets me past this, and then a mile or so of driving and shifting resolves it until it's cold again. I'm going to synthetic oil at 1200 miles, and hope this helps.