Ok so I changed the spark plugs the other day at the auto parts store as they were closing and using there tools. I gave them back, they were tapping there foots to hurry up, so they could go home lol. Anyway, they leave and I start the bike up and it sounds like its only running on one cylinder, so I decide to just hobble it home and look at it there. Why do I always do that...smh, anyway half way there the bike stalls out and I pull over, cant get it started again. I look down and its spraying a little gas out of the left spark plug hole on the rear cylinder. So I figure it wasnt firing because of a lack of compression and flooded the motor and thats why it wont start.
I get it home and let it sit over night tighten the spark plug up and it fires right up. Im happy, I take it for a test ride and its running strong until 2 miles down the road it stalls out again.
I get it back home and let it sit overnight again. This morning after I charge the battery because I killed it trying to start it the day before and it fires right up and then runs for like 10 seconds and dies. I check the oil and it is overfull and smells like gas.
I drain the oil and put new oil in. I start it again and the only way it will stay running is if i hold the throttle open. Smoke is also blowing out of the rear cylinders exhaust. I let it sit for five minutes and start it again and it does the same.
Im thinking maybe I blew the rings from running it with the oil level to high and that gas in the oil.
What do you think?