Hello everyone, So I've purchased myself a 1988 Honda NT400... now I have to figure out all the little niggles First on the list is its nasty habit of stalling at the lights when I have the headlights on (I have a switch which lets me turn them off and on!) and am indicating. The idle speed seems to slowly drop.. and drop.. and drop.. until it simply cuts out. When cold idle seems to sit around 1k, when warm it sits up around 1.2k. I guess this is probably tied into its sometime-reluctance to start When I go to start it, often it will sit there churning the starter-motor until the battery dies. In fact, whenever I start it I actually have to let _go_ of the start button to do it -- that is, the engine only catches when I'm not pressing the button. Finally, it generally won't start at all if the headlight is on. Turn it off, and it's more likely to start. Final possibly-related info: won't start at _all_ with the choke on, will stall if I start the engine and then put the choke on (without revving the engine high first). If I ride around with the clutch on a bit (up to around 2k rpm) I can have all my lights on/etc without a problem. Similarly, if I'm sitting at the lights and keep a little bit of gas on, she doesn't stall. These are work-arounds, though -- I'd like to FIX this issue. Thoughts? Suggestions? If possible, I'd like to do this work myself, but if that's not advisable, let me know (mechanical newb, but not an utter retard Cheers, Dave.