My son has an '08 Dyna Super Glide with about 12K miles on it. He bought it from a dealer with about 10K miles on it. We all know that it's best to put it in neutral and then pull in the clutch when starting the motor. However, there are times (like stalling when starting up at a traffic light) when it's great to just pull in the clutch and hit the starter button. He can't do that with his. It acts almost like it is in gear. After a lot of bucking, snorting and backfiring it'll start back up. We checked his clutch adjustment but that didn't help. We changed out his primary lube (I think he had too much lube in it) but that didn't help. Took it to the dealer since it is under warranty (and he bought an extended warranty when he got the bike). They adjusted the clutch again and told him that some Harleys are just like that. The clutch is working just fine. It shifts just fine. When he starts it with the tranny in neutral everything is fine. Any ideas? Is the dealer right and some bikes are just like that?