I've had the bike for a couple months now, still love it. 06 GSX-R 600 more specifically, but today as I was getting it out of the garage for a ride and started it up, I noticed it putted at first when it was starting, and that stupid oil pressure light flickered for a brief second, and then was normal. Total un-normal startup time is <1 second. But it still worries me, so throughout the day, I paid extra attention to it when it started up. Sometimes it'll do it, sometimes it won't. I'm not a super GSX-R genius or anything, and so I turned to my Suzuki manual. The only thing I saw in there was if the digital temp gauge alternates the temperature and "FI" that there is a problem with the fuel injection, and though the bike will continue running, it should be looked at by a dealership. Also, when this happens, the low oil pressure light will stay on. The bike will do this periodically, but when I just turn the key to the off position, and back to the on, it corrects itself, I assume it has something to do with the power commander so I wasn't too worried. I also read that if the oil pressure light stays on while the bike is running, and the temperature gauge shows the temp, to turn off the bike immediately and have it taken to the dealership. It also says that the oil pressure light will illuminate when the key is on, but the engine is off, and when the engine is started, the light will go out. When the bike will do it's little "put-put," the light will "put-put" as well, for that brief millisecond. Now I get a little worried, and I plan on taking it to the dealership to have them look at it. My question though, is could that just be the bikes way of saying "hey mother fucker, my oil is getting sludgy, fucking change me," since it is due for a change anyway? I don't want to freak out over nothing, but at the same time don't want to think it's nothing and have a very big something. Help?