I know a couple of people here have given me some ideas but I tried and it still does it. Its driving me crazy so im making a thread! My bike idles fine when I just start it but when it gets a warm it starts idling high. I dont know what the problem is? I already replaced both exhaust gaskets: the one that goes between the two pipes and the one that goes between the header and head. I looked for other air leaks around the carb boots and made sure they were tight and I found nothing. However, my bike is somewhat losing coolant, but not much. I toped it off yesterday as I went riding for like 2hours and then when I got home the coolant was a little less than half way between the top of the radiator and the metal finned wall that you see when you look in the radiator. But the other day it was coming from the overflow hose and then after like 3 rides it was just a hair under the metal wall. I changed the oil and I didnt see any fluid in the oil. Now my question is if coolant is dripping into the head and burning it, I wouldnt see it in the oil right? Would burning coolant make the bike idle high? I just replaced the gasket between the header and the head, and the inside of the head was still black, but the header is kind of white inside, the exhaust can is black. Do you guys have anyother tips of what to check? Is it the head gasket? Its driving me crazy!!!