I have never driven a DCT equipped bike and I have a question. If you were driving at any speed, can you shift to neutral instantly or is there a slight delay in the power being sent to the wheel. Reason I ask is I had an incident today that was a little hairy. I was topping a slight grade at about 50 mph because I could see the top of a Combine ahead of me. Some of these have 30 foot wide heads on them and if meeting a car there is no were to go. Unfortunately as I topped the hill I was shocked to see that there was oil all over the road. He had blown a hydrauic hose and the road was covered. He was stopped and just getting out of the machine. I had no chance to slow or get around it so I gambled and pulled the clutch and let the bike roll through it. If there had been any engine bracking at all, I would have lost all control. Luckily I was able to relax and let the bike go straight through and coasted down the road until I couldlet it run off the pavement onto the gravel shoulder. Got it stopped safely, checked my shorts, and walked back to assist the farmer. He was calling the fire department to wash the road down and police were also called . When everything cleared I drove a couple of miles slowly on the shoulder to clean the oil off the tires. Withthe clutch this was a lifesaver but it made me wonder if the DCT could be disengaged instantly also.