Bike was hunting for fuel...
Just got back from taking the bike out on a couple trails not too far from my place. It is all still pretty wet/muddy as it snowed a bunch but the snow melted.
Anyway, I was out riding and right when I got off the trails/offroad and back onto the dirt road to find some more trails, the bike began to hunt for fuel as if it was out of fuel.
I know I was not out of fuel because I monitor my miles I go per tank pretty regularly. I should have had at least 2 more gallons with reserve and it just died on me. I switched it to reserve and it did the same thing. Let it sit for a minute, kept it on reserve, and then tried starting it up. Died on me again. I let it sit for a minute and then switched it back to the main tank and it started up. I then proceeded to ride the 5 or so miles back to my house with no issues.
I was going a little quick on the trails and everything. Maybe I hit too many bumps and my carb lost its vacuum? Does this happen for anyone else? It was totally weird. I could have had a varnish blob in the carburetor and it worked its way out, but that was just weird for it to be acting like that.
Anyone else have this issue after doing some muddy trails?
2014 Green/Black KLR650 "New Edition"
2006 Yamaha Cherry Red FZ1
2007 Yamaha VStar 1100 (Wifes, but I've ridden it more than her)