I had an interesting experience yesterday that I think I'll share, as I'm sure others have experienced it, but if you have not it might be good to know. A little background first: I have rode 205 miles on my scoot before and at fill up took 5.1 gallons of gas (5.5 tank capacity). That's an average of 42MPG. Riding to work each day this week I was on the way home yesterday, had 183 miles on the current tank of gas, low fuel light was not on. As I exited the highway to turn west (3 miles from home), and I did brake pretty hard, the engine stopped running. I pulled over on the side of the road thinking I hit the kill switch instead of the blinker (have done that before) to find out the switch is still on run. Took a minute to check everything else out and then started the bike. Started right up, ran fine so down the road I go. My next stop was at a stop sign intersection on a down hill. As I approach the stop sign the engine stops running again. Starts right up so off I go. Nest stop sign is on a up hill, I approach the sign and the engine keeps running. Now I am thinking that the fuel in the tank must be lower that I think and the fuel is moving forward starving the engine shutting it down. So for giggles I get hard on the brakes and yep, it shuts down. Start it up and stop easy on the brakes no problem. I fill up, takes only 4.4 gallons. The rest of the ride home and into work this morning was uneventful. Sooooooooooo apparently when the fuel gets low you can starve the engine by braking too hard causing the fuel to move away from fuel line outlet. Just be aware....unless someone else has another explanation.