This issue started about 3-4 years ago, and as I am not a DIY kind of guy, have had multiple mechanics attempt to troubleshoot. I think my current mechanic is throwing in the towel. The issue: when cruising above 60 or 65, the bike shuts itself off. I have gotten used to cruising in right hand lanes and constantly on the lookout for a good shoulder. Once I come to a stop, I turn the bike off, turn it back on, then am back on the road. This may occur every 5 minutes or so, not at all, or sometimes once right away, then cruises for an hour or more, then starts happening, or not. My current mechanic is throwing in the towel as she does not want to keep charging me for things that do not work. I printed out all the ground fix pages I found on the VTX Cafe lists, she has replaced a few parts, issue remains. By happenstance, I ran into 2 different auto mechanics on the same weekend, and when the subject came up, without missing a beat, they both said to look for and replace relays. The only one I could find that sounded like it might be related is the stop engine relay, which I am going to look into. Another mention was to check the kickstand wiring, in case something thinks it is down. As I said, I am clueless about mechanic-ing, but do enjoy riding, and I enjoy the 1800 most. I am in the hopes that SOMEONE may have a different or new idea to explore, thanks.