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Good morning, I tried to find similar topics but couldn't find anything that fits my concerns. I have a 2013 F1100 Turbo, I love the sled but recently Ive started having problems with it cutting out at lower RPM's. For example, it starts fine and runs fine, when I am cruising at around 1/4 throttle or between 2500-4500 rpm's it'll cut out. If I give more throttle, it'll take off and run fine again. Also, it'll sometimes stall as I am slowing down for a stop sign. It almost feels like it an electronic issue. I have already replaced the spark plugs and run two cans of Seafoam through it and have run about 8 tanks of gas through it since this problem started.
 

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First guess would be throttle safety switch.....Tight exhaust valves are regularly the culprit for shutting down when letting off the throttle, but tight valves usually are accompanied by a ratty cold idle.....Also, cutting out at 2500-4000 rpm is not usually a valve issue.
 

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First guess would be throttle safety switch.....Tight exhaust valves are regularly the culprit for shutting down when letting off the throttle, but tight valves usually are accompanied by a ratty cold idle.....Also, cutting out at 2500-4000 rpm is not usually a valve issue.
It turned out to be the TSS, thanks for your help!
 
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