Thanks guys....................... But now things are getting worse.
Any sort of throttle input is now just killing it. Even a slight bit of throttle stalls it out. I can't even get enough response to pull the bike out in 1st gear.
I know I mentioned it above, but this bike only has 153 miles on it. Thats not a typo either.
Is it really a possibility that a fuel pump, regulator or anything like that could have failed ?
Here's another strange piece of the puzzle that adds to the confusion.
When the bike dies out from the throttle input and you try for a restart its a mother-F'r to start up. It seems as if you turn the key on or hit the kill switch while the key is on and the fuel pump primes again, the bike will fire up.
Originally I wasn't thinking fuel related problems because it was only doing it at such a narrow point in the RPM range. But now I'm thinking a little different.
I guess this is gonna be a narrowing down of things starting with the fuel filter first. I'll check to make sure that a vac. source for the fuel pressure reg. is intact and connected also.
What really sucks is that I have a great background and higher level of experience with mechanics and tuning then the average fella. Hell, I have over a 500 horsepower 4 cyl. Mitsubishi Eclipse running on E85....... all turbo with the appropriate amount of air and fuel of course.
Had a fully built turbo RX-7 also. Modded my last few bikes and tuned them all myself. I do all my own work/mods and tuning myself................ But I'm really baffled by this.
I'm wondering if its just something that really is that simple of a thing that I'm over looking here............. kind of like having too much knowledge and over complicating a "Right under your nose" problem.
Well, I'm open to any other suggestions or paths to follow here if any one has anything to share.
But as stated, I guess I will start with the simple basics of the fuel system and climb the ladder to as I alleviate the possibilties.
Thanks again guys.