A little more info. So I took the bike out for another ride. 10 minutes into the ride. Bike starts to surge high rpms. Pull over turn bike off and pop the gas cap. No psst sound or abnormal cap release. Start bike up and rides great. 5 minutes later, starts to surge at high rpms. Thinking I have a vent issue even though I verified no kinked lines. I pull over, turn the bike off and pop the gas cap but this time I leave it open. Start the bike up and runs great for around 5 minutes then starts to surge again at high rpms. Repeat the process and close the tank up then ride the rest of the way home. Longer I ride the lower the rpms the surging takes place.
Makes me wonder if it's electrical instead fuel pump. Unless the priming of the fuel pump has anything to do with how its running. I am completely stumped on this issue.
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