Hmmm, if one cylinder is getting much hotter than the other there may be a decent sized blockage of fuel into that cylinder. Lean cylinders get hot very quickly.
I would say to pop the caps off the pilot screws and start adjusting them now. Once the caps are off, they're off (duh). Adjustments can be made as much as you want as the screws are easily accessible.
Another tank of Seafoam might not solve the problem and you may need to take the carbs out.
Just spitballin' here but it may also be a float issue on one or both cylinders... Hopefully someone else throws in some more ideas here for you.
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