I recently had some problems with my 92 VN750. It was running very sluggish, not much power at all and the engine would kill often while riding. I ended up replacing the spark plugs (I found out the old ones were the wrong size), I rewired the 3 stator wires because I had problems with them melting so I used a heavier gauge wire to connect them. At first I only twisted the wires and taped them up with electrical tape. This seemed to work as my bike ran better than ever. Then two days later on my way to work my headlight went out and the bike started sputtering and losing power like it had been doing before. I ended up using wirenuts on the 3 stator wires and taping them up really good with electric tape. I also replaced the headlight bulb because I noticed the elements connecting the springs to the filaments were gone. One odd thing about the new headlight was that the low beams seemed to be brighter than the hi beams, not sure why. After this my bike rode better than ever, again, for about 3 days. Now this morning I had the same exact problem happen. The headlight went out and the bike started sputtering and losing power again. I haven't checked the headlight or wires yet but i'm certain the bulb is shot just like the last one was. Any suggestions on what is causing my headlight bulb to keep breaking and the bike to sputter and lose power when this happens?