Hi Steve, I did reslove my issue, but had to have a known carb guy in the area fix it. I had checked the gas, spark plug, fuel lines, etc. and found nothing. So anyway, the guy cleaned the carb and said there was a little gunk in there and said that due to the the carbs having to run so lean that any varience can throw them off.
To help prevent this, he bored the fuel screw and raised the needle, which actually has given me better throttle response to boot. One other thing is, the manual says you can run 87 octane (which I was), but I was recommended to use the high test gas due to the ethonal in the gas, as it tends to gum up faster in the lower octanes.
If I let the bike set for any length of time, I think I am going to run a little sea foam in the system prior to.
I hope this helps!!!