Very jerky transition between engine braking / acceleration
I've had my 2013 Inazuma for 7 months. First bike, bought second hand.
Ever since I've owned it it has had a very jerky transition from engine braking to acceleration and back.
It feels like the weight shifts forward and back with a very noticeable bump.
It's more noticeable at lower speeds/gears, but still present in higher speeds/gears.
It's still there even if the transition is really slow on the throttle, although transitioning with exaggerated slowness does lessen it.
I don't know if it's because of an incorrect setup, too soft front suspension (it's pretty soft), or if this is simply normal.
Comparing this to my car's engine braking, my car has almost no jerkiness when transitioning from engine braking to acceleration.
Because of this jerkiness, I've found smoothest riding is done with almost always some gas. Even when braking. Giving it a tiny amount of gas while braking is MUCH smoother than rolling off all the way then braking, so I typically do this for everything except hard braking. Or I pull/slip the clutch to avoid engine braking.
Is this a normal quirk of this bike, or is this normal for all bikes, or is this something fixable? Any ideas?