hey all! New to the forum... on the advice of many others. Looking to see if anyone can help me with a head scratcher of an issuue. I will take any advice or contacts at this point. I have a 2005 Rage RS. Four stroke carbureted triple. 900 miles total. Bought it four years ago, and have been plagued by one consistent issue. 85-95 MPH sustained riding, about a mile or so. If I pull out of the throttle, I can't get back into it at all. Feathering the thumb, she will recover a bit, but not the same. If I pull out of it, stop, make a turnoff, etc, it'll stall. Quick choke, roll it over, and away we go. Have had it looked at a few times, but nobody can test ride it at that speed and length to replicate the issue. Have eliminated TORS issues. Carbs gone through by a professional. Plugs, new. Wiring, checked. (Says my invoice). Happens at all temperatures, most recently at today's -30ish. At a loss. Searched many a Yama-forum, to no avail. I currently have the fuel pumps pulled out and apart. They look okay visually, but don’t know if the diaphragms are compromised in any way. I believe they are non rebuildable? Can anyone confirm? Many have suggested a clutching issue, and honestly, I don’t understand. That said, they have been pre season dealer serviced, and I am assuming, “fine”?? What should I be looking for. I need resolution, and fast. At the end of my rope! Guru up! Looking forward to any ideas!! Thanks in advance!