Well, they've got less than 15 miles on them total. I can order some bigger main jets if that seems to be the problem?to me, they look too lean (and too clean), or otherwise spark plug rating too hot.
Try giving it a little choke at the mid/high-range and see if it helps.If it does then something is keeping the full flow of fuel down.Well, this fixed a FEW issues seemingly; the main ones being the stuttering at low RPM is for sure gone, but i'm still having this mid/high-range problem where it seems to bog down.
And I still can't figure out why. I am considering taking the carbs off of the 1100 to see if I can use the Diaphragms from those on the 750.
Man, this thing has just been one huge pain in the ass for the past 6 months.Make sure to turn your petcock off. It sounds like your float needle seat is leaking and filling up the cyclinder. It could fill your crankcase with gas. Your bike is probably flooded and won't start.
Alright, after getting it running I tried this, and it didn't stop the bogging.Try giving it a little choke at the mid/high-range and see if it helps.If it does then something is keeping the full flow of fuel down.
I'm replacing the wires with more OEM Specific ones tomorrow.Ohm your wires, check your resistance on your coils, possible pickup coil issue, check ground wires for corrosion, check the battery and charging system. Does it run full throttle before the bike is really heated up? You could have a heat related coil issue which is hard to find. Good luck.
Now my idle is all ****ed up xDLadies and Gentlemen.
We got him.
Two of the sparkplug boots had a resistor broken in it, replaced those, the coils, and the wires with OEM spec ones and now it works like a dream.
Which absolutely perplexes me since these were already relatively new parts in the first place.
That sucks...Idk if this is appropriate to post on the same problem thread, but I also don't wanna open up another one.
But after getting the bike to run perfectly fine, I come back to see my bike leaking fuel and THIS.
Yes, that's ALL FUEL.
It was in my oil, my cyl, basically everywhere.
I have no idea what would've caused this
That's the tube above the Carbs right?Or a blocked float bowl vent tube will cause that type of flooding...
I'll check those tonight, I have no idea why the float valves keep sticking like that cause that was an issue before as well when I had some fuel leaking from the rear exhaust. Anyway to stop them from sticking?Usually a sticking float valve will let the fuel just keep coming through. I shut my petcock every time I kill the engine. I have had that happen a couple of times when I didn't.