Question about 1980 Honda GL 400
Hi,although you have done all that it still sounds to me like you have a carb problem,one cylinder is obviously not getting enough fuel,the difference between right and wrong when you are balancing carbs is less than 1/100th of a turn on the adjusters,you have to be very precise,also did you check that the mixtures were set corectly before you tried to balance the carbs,hope this helps...cheers
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