I recently went on vacation jfor three weeks. I returned and took my sprint for a ride. It acted as you said. Seemed to not be getting gas on acceleration in first and possibly second gear. I continued and upped the rpms and took it to highway speed and it went away and was not apparent upon slow speed when retuning. It had never done this before, so I am wondering if the gas sitting in the carbs got a bit funky or wheter the carbs are a bit glazeed or? I will lt you know if the problem happens on next ride. Bob
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