I have a two week old 2014 Burgman 200 with about 650 miles, i just did my 600 mile oil change. Two days ago i added some seafoam to about half a tank of gas and i think i added a little more than the recommended amount, it ran fine the next morning to work, about 30 miles. Later in the day i took it out on my lunch break and rode a couple miles, ate lunch. When i started scooter again, my FI light came on and stayed on while i was riding, the acceleration hesitated just for a second; i pulled over and cut the engine off, started it back up and the light was not on and engine running fine. I rode a couple miles back to the office with no problems. I called my suzuki dealership and spoke to the service department, the guy told me i probably just had some trash or water in the tank and the fi system was reacting to it passing through, it should be good to ride, but if it happened again bring it in and they would check it out. I forgot to mention that the starting of the scoot was hesitant a couple times before the light came on. I rode the scooter home, again about 30 mile, after topping off the tank. Again, no problem, it ran like a charm. My question: does the servicemans advice sound legit to you experienced riders? Could the additive to the gas caused that?