The engine in your motorcycle has been designed specifically to achieve optimum fuel economy within exhaust emission controls. Factory programmed ignition characteristics provide maximum engine performance and driveability.
The ignition control unit monitors engine load. In certain transient load conditions (as the throttle is opened), the timing changes from normal to fully advanced. At this point, the operator can sometimes hear a noise that is similar to pre-ignition detonation.
This noise should not be confused with detonation which can be stopped by the use of a higher grade fuel. It is caused by the instant pressure rise in the combustion chambers as the spark advances rapidly. This noise doesn't affect engine performance.