Really bad hesitation
So I just put the bike back together after redoing several items (new agm battery, iridium plugs, new wires, went from 42/142 jets with 2 shims to 40/140 with no shims, new oversized tires front and back, progressive springs, new fork seals, new brakes all around, the whole thing. Last year, before I laid it down, when I got on it, it had a really bad hesitation. When I had the carbs out to rejet them, I noticed that the nipples in the boots were not lined up 100% with the marks on the heads, so I rotated them, hoping this would solve the issue. Tonight was the first time taking the bike out, after the rear spline relube, and it is actually worse now. I will spray some WD40 around the boots, but what else would cause this? If I transition smoothly with the throttle, with the choke on, it is fine. If I hammer it, it stumbles terrible. I also have high flow vance and hines
'08 Road King Classic
Ear Shave, K&N Filters, Mean Streak Seat, AGM battery, Blue Wire Mod, Pick-up Coil Mod, Timing Advance Mod, NGK Iridium Plugs and Wire, LEDs, Bed Liner Paint Job, Over-sized Tires, New Brakes, New Fork Seals, Progressive Springs, Kick Stand Mod, Highway Pegs, 40/140 No Shims, Vance & Hines Exhaust, New Grips, Extra Wide Emgo Handle Bars
John 8:44, REV 2:9, REV 3:9 - If you were kicked out of 109 bars, would you think the problem was you, or the 109 bars?