Question about 1986 Honda GB 500 Clubmann TT
Timing could be the cause but also spark plugs too .
make sure the spark plugs are the one for the bike .
What you should really do is first make sure the spark plugs are clean , timing is right and also the fuel not too old in the tank .
you may have also problem with the carbies feeding the bike too much fuel or not enough .
fuel filter in the tank maybe clogged .
try this first and let me know how you go
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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