Here is the finding from the Dealership.
Carb was jetted wrong,
Was misting from somewhere causing the bike and my leg to catch fire.
I didnt touch the carbs but next time I will dabble with it since I now know the history.
Total cost 200$ for jets and tune.
Worth it. Bike runs amazing.
Its not as loud.
second downside- not as cool as being on fire.
Good to hear its running better but keep in mind improper jetting doesnt make carb as you said MIST fuel out of air filter area on your leg.
Thats generally issues with float/dirt in carb/needle & seat issues or it can also be carb puking fuel out its vent tube which is very common with many R*'s (esp with winter blend fuel) thats attached to a metal brkt on rear of stock air cleaner housing where it blows raw fuel onto right side of motor at times.
So if you still have fuel comming out when you shut down bike hot and it heat soaks for a few mins then you will need to insualte the fuel system/metal fuel line between cyls/carbs float bowl to stop fuel from overheating/boiling in those places.
Or you could go pumpless and replace lrg stock air cleaner housing allowing much better cooling of motor/fuel system that would also stop overheating of fuel system thus stopping carb puke.