Indy classic 500 bogs down after 10-15miles of riding
Hello everyone. I recently was up in rockwood Maine riding my 94 classic 500. Ran great for a few days. On the third day, after about 10-15 miles of riding it would start to bog down and the engine would die. Where I live I don't really get a chance to ride that kind of distance so I have never had it happen. On the side of the trail (15 miles from ANYTHING) we popped the hood, saw some carbon tracking on the left cylinder plug so I changed both. Ran it about another 10 miles and it happened again. After it died we would try to start it a few minutes after and with one shot of starting fluid it fired right up and idled and ran fine.
I thought maybe a fuel issue but the fact that it fires right up and runs without feathering or choking leads me to believe otherwise. Tank vent is clear and I even unscrewed the gas cap as it was happening to rule vacuum build up out. Compression on both cylinders is good. I haven't checked resistance on the cdi yet but I'm assuming if it was bad in order to get a poor reading I'd have to ride until it heats up and dies. Any thoughts from anyone? Anyone had a similar issue.
I also can confirm that the clutch is releasing like it should and not hanging up causing the motor to bog. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I hate issues that come and go, I'd rather it just be broke😁. It makes me nervous to ride farther than I should with this issue