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I need 2 realign the cylinders on an 82 cbx1100ss

I took of the carb and cleaned it but now it runs horrible at low rpms, ive learned from others that its probably my cylinders out of alignment so i just need to realign them

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  • David Shaub May 11, 2010

    The cylinders are locked in place. You probably just need to have the carburator adjusted.

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The carbs may just be out of sync, I would recomend takeing them to a local shop and haveing them checked out completly.

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