Guys, I need your expertise. I'm having some ongoing electrical issues that have both me and my mechanic completely stumped. I hope one of you can help. Here's the rundown: 1. 16 January. Rode the bike from Houston to San Antonio to see my sister. On the ride back, I started losing all electical power. Lights, engine, gauges, everything would flicker off and on randomly and erratically. I could stop, pull over and sit, and it wouldn't do it for a while, but as soon as the bike warmed up (around 215 degrees), it would start again. I ended up getting towed back from Gonzales. 2. I took it to the local HD shop, since it supposedly has a warranty. They told me there were loose wires in the ignition switch and that was the problem. I picked the bike up from the shop, started to ride home, and it started cutting out on me again 10 miles down the road as I was switching lanes in rush-hour traffic. I was NOT pleased. It went back to the dealership, and this time they replaced the voltage regulator.I picked it back up on Friday, Jan. 20. Everything seemed to be fine. 3. 10 days later, I dropped the bike off at my local shop (not the "dealer"ship). After a couple of issues about warranty coverage and the way the service manager had acted, I vowed never to take the bike back to the dealership. My local is an awesome guy who's been working on bikes for years. The local had the bike for 2 weeks, in which they did the 40K service and changed the stock handlebars out to Wild One WO510's. I picked the bike up on 16 FEB. 4. On about 20 FEB, I started having an issue where, when I got the bike up to about 60-65, I would lose the ignition power to the engine. I wouldn't lose the lights or gauges, but the power would cut off to the engine. If I flipped the ignition switch off and then back on, the bike would come right back on. This problem was very sporadic. It would happen 2 or 3 times in a few miles, and then wouldn't do it for several days. I took it back to my local. They went through the wiring in the handlebars, and then through all the wiring connections. They tightened everything up, put dielecric grease in all the connectors, and made sure everything was OK. They could find nothing wrong. 5. After I picked the bike up, everything was OK for a few days, and it started cutting ignition power again, randomly. I took it back to my shop. They replaced the ignition switch (no charge) and I had them put in a new battery. Picked it up and rode for about a week with no problems. Finally I thought we had it licked. I was wrong. 6. On 1 April, we rode up to Round Top to see if Royer's really has the best pie in Texas. Early in the trip, it started cutting out the ignition, but it was doing it much more frequently than it had. Stupidly, I decided to press on. We got into Round Top and the bike started completely losing all power again. Lights, ignition, gauges, everything, flickering on and off. Limped the bike back home, dropped it off at the local shop. They came in on a Sunday to take it in from me. By this time, my mechanic is really frustrated and apologetic. 7. I picked the bike up on 4 April. He tested the stator and the voltage regulator, which all checked out fine. He replaced the circuit breaker (no charge again). Today, it started dropping the ignition power again. Its back at the shop. 8. On 18 April, we changed out the CPS and the ICM (again, no charge), and no dice. However, it is a lot more consistent now. Darn near every time I get to 65, the engine loses electrical power. Flip the ignition switch off, flip it back on, and it comes right back on. When I went out to test it this time, my mechanic was folllowing me with his wife on another bike. My bike did its thing 2 or 3 times. I pulled over and let my mechanic on it. We rode another 10 miles, and it didn't do it to him at all. Then I had a flash of genius. MY mechanic is a pretty small guy, so I had his wife get on my bike with him. Bingo! It started doing it to him as well. On another, possibly related note: my bike does seem to have an excessive vibration. I've replaced the seat post twice because the ignition coil mount has cracked, and it needs to be replaced again. We are going to be tearing down the motor, probably replacing the counterbalancers, and rebuilding with a 95" kit on the bike shortly, but I would like to fix this electrical problem first. I am getting completely frustrated by this series of events. Can someone please provide me some input on how to lick this issue?