Hi everybody. I recently acquired myself a 1986 VF500F2. I had it for half a day, and then the vacuum membrane in the petcock gave out, so i rebuild that. And upon putting it back together, i decided to clean the carbs. I read all about it and was prepared, but to my surprise getting them off and on wasn't that big of a deal, all things considered, and i could see that the previous owner had taken good care of it, as they were mostly spotless. Now to the issue at hand. When the bike get warm, or even hot, the idle drops, and if i am not careful as i come to a stop, it will die on me. It starts right back up again, and idle's at the lower RPM's, compared to the 1300 RPM's when cold, as it just got off choke. Any ideas? My thought is that it might be running a little lean on the idle circuit, but i think i also read somewhere that is problem could stem from the pulse generator going bad from head soak Anyway, any input would be greatly appreciated.