So I have a 2019 Indian Chieftain Classic. have had the engine throttle cut by a quarter (I'm guessing it's called "Limp Mode"), this has happened 4 times in the last year. It seems that it always happens in a low gear, maybe 2nd or 3rd, as I'm accelerating (not more than average acceleration). The check engine light comes on, and that code comes on (520305 p1530 throttle body control - requested throttle angle not plausable. Condition exsists). The engine runs really rough, and has very little power. turning the engine off and restarting seems to get rid of the problem and the code (BTW, kind of stupid to delete the error codes, should have a running list of error codes visible). Originally I was worried that this was very dangerous if it happened as I was on the highway trying to pass... however the only times I've seen this is in a low gear on side streets... making it only moderately dangerous. I'd really like this fixed, Or I'm thinking of replacing the bike. The dealer has been ok, trying to help me. they've done firmware updates and a service recall on the throttle (all kind of wild stabs at trying to fix this problem). Thought I'd post on here to see if I could find out if this was a wide, pervasive problem or just me getting stuck with a lemon (maybe try and pressure dealer to replace the bike if possible).