The clutches are controlled hydraulically which involves sensors, valves and an ESU any of which could have burped. Even though it went back to normal I would run through the DCT Clutch Initialization Procedure just to be sure everything is synced properly. It only takes a minute or two and and is a good thing to do periodically anyway. I do it whenever I change the oil on this bike and my DCT Wing. Here it is below from someone else's posting:
The engine has to be up to temperature.
Make sure the transmission is in N to start
Engine is off, ignition switch is off
While pressing D, switch the ignition on, wait until the yellow ‘engine' symbol goes out on the dash, then release D
Press in fast sequence: DDNDN
On the dash, the letters D and S should appear together
Start engine, allow it to idle
After a few seconds, the letters D and S should go out.
Stop the engine.
Restart the engine and press D to insure the transmission goes into gear.