My '92 VN750 has a strange problem with cutting out when I am cruising and holding the RPM's around 4-5000. It feels like it is starved for fuel. It wont die or drop RPM's much, just kind of sputters for a bit. Giving the bike a little choke helps it when it sputters, but doesn't fix it. Giving it a little throttle will usually help also.
I also noticed today that strong gusts of wind make the bike cut out really bad. If I hit a big gust of wind, the bike almost stalls out. I tried opening the throttle when it was stalling in the wind and it did nothing. It just about died when I gave it throttle.
So, I am pretty sure I have a carb/intake problem.
I read somewhere about modifying vent hoses, but I can't seem to find it now. I've had this problem ever since I've owned the bike. It's just now starting to get on my nerves bad enough to fix it.
My guess is that it is lean, but I dont know if it is the carbs or something else. Anyone else ever had this problem.
What do you guys think? Carb? Air intake? Something else? If you need more info, just ask.
P.S. Carbs are clean and I always run seafoam in my gas. I don't see any issues with the carb/air boots either.