This might be in the wrong section, but I bought my 1993 VN750 in july. and I have been riding it while i was working in illinois for a little over a month with no problems. Then I brought it back to indiana, just a little over an hour drive that i've ridden on it before, and when i got to my house, it just quit when i let off the throttle. I didnt think much of it, but i went to start it this morning, and it wouldnt start unless i had the throttled opened pretty far. If i let off of the throttle then it died. So i got off of it, and noticed i had a pool of fuel on top of the V where the cylinder cases come together. But i didnt see where it was coming from. I then realized the air intake tube wasnt on correctly so i fixed that, and checked the spark plugs to find the back two black, and the front two wet with fuel. So i changed all four. I then put the choke on all the way, and got the bike to run for a few min. without using throttle, but if i took off the choke it started to die, so i left it, and then it died on its own, and wouldnt start again. The kicker is that I found a fuel leak coming out of the header on the front cylinder seems to be right between where the exhaust and cylinder meet. Does anyone have any idea at all what this could be and what i'm going to have to do to fix it!?!?