Hi all, I was riding yesterday at the track-'02 426F. Put in a long day and and all day long bike was working great-as usual. At the end of the day I was going off of a table top, was in midair, and the motor shut down. I pulled in the clutch landed and pushed off the track. My bike, at least the fuel petcock, had got super hot-gas bubbling in the tank. I have a Clarke 3.2gal tank, so I think that might be part of the prob with that issue. The radiators didn't seem to be boiling over, however. I tried running it on the track, and in N, but I couldn't get the bike to self shut down again, unless I was in the air. I am assuming because the rear tire was spinning without any resistance.(??? ) I tried messing with the fuel screw, went out a few times, and each time the same thing. Shut off in the air. I had just checked valve clearances. All were good, but one exhaust. It was snug, but just in spec. (prob not now.) But not sure if that would have anything to do with it anyway. Has anyone experienced something like this before? Any ideas on what the issue is? Might give me a head start at where to start. Oh, and last night and this morning it fired up and ran as it usually does. I didn't get a chance to go to the track and see if it overheated. Any thoughts would be most appreciated.Thanks!