Since each coil fires a plug on each side it is not likely. Have you checked for spark? Are you certain of the plug wire position? If you spray carb cleaner into the carb throats in the plenum does it change?
No, an adjustment will not fix it. The low speed jets are plugged.Hello all, I have the same problem that namsgt1946 has but when I give it throttle my exhaust heats up fast. the bike pops a lot. could this just be a mixture problem that is taken care of with an adjustment?
No, 1 coil fires the front cylinders and the other coil fires the rear.I could be mistaken but I know it's a wasted spark ignition and I thought that one pulse coil fired one side and one fired the other side. Firing order of 1324 means one side (1 and 3)fires first then the other side (2 and 4), because of this is it not true that each pulse coil is responsible for a side, (1-3) or (2-4) and if you have a bad pulse coil you could have a cold side as he describes.
I bring this up because he says that the carbs were run on another engine and worked
If you do a search there are hundreds of threads concerning this. I have tried many times and never have been able to clean those jets in the carb. I use a small drywall screw, run it in tight and pull the jet out with it. Others use a small easy out.My bike is a 1980 GL1100 Interstate. Carbs are out again. With the press in idle jets can they be cleaned without removing them? I am not super experienced in this area and dont want to ruin them. Thanks for the info.