I've been having a few problems with my 98 Polaris Indy 500 Classic Touring. It keeps bogging at around 6500 RPM and wont go any higher. I just put fresh gas and a bottle of Iso-Heet in it and i'm waiting to ride tonight. I only rode it this morning for about a half-hour, and it was bogging still, but 3 times it went back to normal as long as i kept the throttle on. as soon as i'd let it off and let the revs drop, it'd start bogging again.
or should i just try to let it keep running the iso-heet through?