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There is a tool pouch under the seat...In it there is a tool for removing the spark plugs..

I would recommend that you at least remove the gas tank...It'll make it a little easier to remove and replace the plugs. But, before you remove the plugs...Take an air compressor with a blow gun and blow out the spark plug ports, so no dirt or debris gets into the cylinder. Remove one spark plug wire at a time...Blow the port out...Then remove the plug...Check it and if it's good, re-check the gap and reinstall the plug...Put the wire back on and move to the next plug. Repeat the above...

Make sure you don't cross-thread the plugs when you reinstall them...Make sure the wires are firmly on the plugs...And make sure you put the right wire on the right plug, which shouldn't be a problem if you only remove one at a time.

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I think you have two problems.

First a venting issue in the tank. Pull your dash and you will see a vent tube coming from the tank. Make sure the elbow is clear and allowing air to flow. Then track the hose to under the seat. There you will find a thing called a rollover valve. These malfunction all the time. Remove it and put a fuel filter in its place or just a connector to next the two tubes again.

The wost thing with this rollover valve is that your tank can implode from the negative pressure built up. I have seen this happen.

This guys are experts in all things RoadStar and have helped me a great deal so check in with them as well. http://www.maxairengineering.com/

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