I took my 2008 K1200GT out to fill it up with fuel yesterday. It was about half full, but used it as an excuse to go for a little ride. Once filled up, rode around for about 1/2 hour and during the ride, it was stalling when coming to a stop or even just slowing for a curve. It would start right up when I hit the starter button, though. When I got home, it was dripping fuel right behind the engine, about 1 drop per second. It was coming out of a rubber tube, I think there are 3 tubes in that general location, near the center stand pivot. I can't believe it is just tank overflow from the fill-up. Hasn't done that before. I haven't traced back the hose it was dripping out of either. I guess that would be the place to start the investigation. I've had the fuel pump flange recall done. Leaking fuel and stalling, what's up with that? Any ideas?