During the life of a typical spark plug, the plug sparks millions, if not 10's of millions of times, right? Chances are, during it's lifetime, since it is a man-made, imperfect part, odds are it will mis-fire from time to time. I've had my bike for 2 seasons and put on about 6000k (I know SB rider; I just live close to where I commute to). Yesterday it misfired while I was making the left hand sweeper on the North end of Cambie St bridge. Luckily I wasn't going in hot like I sometimes like to do. Heard a click and the engine stutter slighty from the missed ignition sequence but came back to life instantly. However, it screwed up the feel and the turn felt awkward as I pulled in the clutch and coasted through the sweeper in neutral. I'm on a twin so I guess a missed spark is more obviously felt than on a 4-cylinder. So twins weigh in please.
Question: How often, does this happen to you?
If you have experienced this, how does it feel? I heard a click, a momentary pause in normal engine operation, then back to normal.