At a complete loss on what category this falls under.
So I just recently replaced the stator (again). I bought a Caltrick initially, I DO NOT SUGGEST! Complete garbage. My friend who is a mechanic (kinda questioning his knowledge now) said when we put it in that sometimes electrical volt readers dont read correctly so he used an older one to get the read he wanted I am guessing (only hitting 12.5 not reaching 13 and up). Anyway, if anyone is looking for a good stator thats not the most expensive the Electrosport on Ebay is putting out great numbers! Not trying to sell them, just letting anyone know. I can get the exact numbers if someone is interested.
Anyways the electrical is working great! Now my problem is when I get up to speed into 5th or 4th gear it will start bogging down and wont go above 3, 4, or 5000 rpm's. then stall out when slowing down if I let off the gas. Then it wont start up for 5 to 10 minutes and starts right back up after that.
If I keep on the gas it wont stall, but at some point while doing that I seemed to hear a ton of noise from the left exhaust and nothing coming from the right for a bit of time, until it seemed to have kicked back on at some point. I am fairly certain this happened, however I do wear a full helmet and could be wrong. But something was not right. (this does not happen when sitting in idle, or at low speeds)
I kept an eye on the temp guage and its staying cool. I double checked the fuel/air mix screws and have them backed out at 2.5 turns due to the ear shave. I will admit I dont have the emgo filters on there, and have not re-jetted the carbs due to I want to put on a new exhaust and want to wait. But I do have the hoses tucked away and out of any wind.
The bike idles fine, and at low speeds I have no problems at all. But as soon as I reach 45 and up it doesnt want to work. I am just hoping at this point I am not beating a dead horse. Any feedback would be much appreciated!
1987 Vulcan 750
What Has Been Done:
Starter Relay - replaced
Ignition Coils - replaced
ACCT's to MCCT's
Re-position Rear Blinkers
New Fork Seals
Still to come:
Remove air box
Side Mount License Plate