Hello all. I have a 2006 Vulcan nomad that I have had for around 3 years. Over the past couple of months I have noticed that the rear cylinder exhaust is now running significantly hotter than the front cylinder. I dont have a temp gauge to measure how hot is actually is compared to the front however, I can tell you that my leg feels like its being cooked. It never used to do this. I have read up on some of the forum posts that mention checking the injector to see if it is a hot injector. I dont believe this is the case since this is a new problem not something ive been dealing with since i got the bike. But if im wrong, please let me know. Also, I had notice that there was a small puddle of coolant on the ground under my bike one day. It wasnt a lot, maybe a tablespoons worth. I thought maybe it was an exhaust leak where it connects to the head, but I dont get any back fire when riding and I sprayed some soapy water on the connection, started the bike and didnt get any bubbles. im not sure what to do or what the cause might be. Any advice is appreciated.