Question about 2000 Harley Davidson FLHT Electra Glide Standard

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Front cylinder running lean and rear almost as bad.light brown spot rest white on plug on rear and solid white on front cylinder Fuel injected 1997 electra glide classic. with Bassani true duals and dynajet system

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I have a 2003 flhtci i bought 3 years ago i had no problems for first two years and now the bike is running lean and heating up to 260 i have changed nothing just fluids the bike had a stage one kit in when i bought can any one help please

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1997 fuel injected FLHTC? Hmm. Did not know they had FI that year.

Anyway, the DynaJet sytem needs to be enrichened up a little. The open exhaust probably contributed to the lean running too.

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This is typical of all Harley's that I know of. rejetting is not going to help. Since the engine is a single carburetor engine, if you rejet to lean the rear cylinder out, you also lean the front cylinder as well. If it's running correctly now, rejetting to lean the rear will cause the front cylinder to become too lean and overheat.

Since you're complaining of "soot" in the rear pipe, I'm assuming that there is no soot in the front pipe. Most Harleys do tend to have a little difference in the mixture between the two cylinders but this sounds like a bit too much difference to me. The reason for the soot is that the rear cylinder is running richer than the front. A reason for that could be a vacuum leak to the front cylinder causing that mixture to be lean and diverting the fuel to the rear cylinder resulting in a rich mixture in that cylinder. Check for vacuum leaks at the intake to heads junction, at the vacuum port off the carb.

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