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I have a 2007 Classic with 14,000 miles.
Bike has been great and with no problems until now.
The bike runs perfect at normal speeds but sometimes when I give it more throttle to pass the motor will quit!
After maybe two seconds it will start again and if I keep the RPM low it will not stall again.
I can't tell if it is electrical or fuel. Sometimes it will just shut off like you hit the kill button but last time it felt more like fuel because it was not so abrupt.
Any thoughts will be welcome.
 

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what do you mean 'after two seconds it will start again?' it does nothing when you try to start it right after the engine stopped?

do you think it happens because of the higher RPM or because it's under heavier load?

rev it up in neutral and in gear, no load; see what it does...


*the more info you have, the easier is to figure out what's going on.
 
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