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my gl 1200 crackles on release, especially at low speeds.
it only does it from the right exhaust.
I checked the collectors and changed the or.
the idle screw is set at 2 turns.

what else could i do?
in the photo it is clearly seen that candles 1_3 (right) are thinner than 2_4.
 

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the doohicky is under the manifold. there are two vacuum pots that feed from the left rear carb . the anti backfire enrichens the idle mix on decel. btw, that vac tees and also feeds the ecm, which advances timing in certain conditions/gears.
now I get it. but as you can see from the photos the problem is only in the 2 right cylinders.
they are "thinner" than those on the left.
 

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meanwhile there have been developments.
the different color of the spark plugs was due to an electrical problem.
for a few weeks the bike was no longer running well, as if it were running on 3 and a half cylinders.
it was the voltage regulator connector that was blown.

I have now set the idle screw to 3 turns and the popping problem has improved, but not completely resolved.


p.s. i don't speak a word of english, i use google translate. if I post inappropriate terms, take it out on him.
 

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