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Number 3 manifold is warm and the others hot bike not firing proper on 3 cylinder

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Ok, you figured out there is a problem on 3, does it have spark, compression and fuel?

Posted on Oct 21, 2013

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SOURCE: Back firing and doesn't fire on on cylinder until warm

Typical of xv,s itcould be a fuel blockage or damaged diaghram in carb! check all hoses!

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SOURCE: miss fire on number 1 cyl

I would have to say that I think it's not miss fireing.
It could be the coil for those 2 cyclinders. It could be in the carbs. When you cleaned the carbs did you remove them from the engine and dismantel them completly? Clean every parts and blow out all the air and fuel ports. Did you seperate the carbs from each other? If you did the carbs will need to be synced again. Good Luck.

Posted on Oct 16, 2009

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