Not pointing any fingers at seafoam here. Just asking the question. After todays ride, I really don't think that is the cause. Once warmed up it idles fine and runs good, until you put a load on it. Then it really bogs down and will barely spin a tire or climb a hill. It can't keep the rpm's up. I have to put it in low to climb any kind of a hill at all. If it dies before it's warmed up, you almost can't get it to start again. It cranks over and starts to flood out. I understand the whole thing about minimizing start ups, but it won't even idle without applying the throttle when cold. As soon as you let off it will die and not restart. I know how it should idle during warmup, and how it used to, but it won't now. I did clean the plugs and they looked like new before I put them back in. I'm sure they don't look like new now after riding today.
Wondering now if maybe it isn't the TBAP sensor, or something along those lines. I think that could cause it to act like this.
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