I'm sorry...but I have to disagree. Unless I've missed something, calling this bike a "lemon" is a bit of a stretch IMO. I guess I need to go back and read about your prior issus(s)...but this obviously sounds like your kickstand switch is failing intermittently. Big freakin' whoop! Yes, I realize that you spent a lot of money. But how about a little grace? My cruise control switch acted up on me. With the cruise engaged, if I so much as touched any controls on the left handlebar, the cruise would shut off. Fortunately for me, the tech was able to witness the problem first hand. Unfortunately for you, your bike didn't act up when you took it in the first time. Personally, I think you screwed up by taking the bike back without having them fix something, replace something, ANYthing!
OK...went back and read about your first issue. IMO the biggest problem with that issue was that it took your dealer NINE
days to get the bike fixed. :wtf That's the unacceptable part. And now, they released a bike to you without fixing it, causing even more headaches and heartaches down the road for you. You don't have a lemon. You have a crappy dealer. Let me guess. It's the only one you have to choose from? I hope not.
Sorry if I came off strong in the first paragraph. But I still don't think you have a "lemon". Your dealer is in question, at this point.
Whatever you do from this point on, (if at all possible) try to keep your cool. Nobody likes helping a raging lunatic. Unless of course, they're holding a really big gun.