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My yamahai xs 100 engine has developed a serious

My yamahai xs 1100 engine has developed a serious misfire.when the carbs rubber balance pipe between 2 and 3 is disconnected,the engine picks up on the 4 cylinders but as soon as the pipe is re-connected the engine starts to pop pop through the exhaust really bad.I,ve tried everything from changing the carbs twice to fitting new rectifier etc.Also,since this problem has developed the 2 outside exhaust pipes have gone deep blue and purple.(just like we don,t want!!) etc.I,m at my wits end now and no-one seems to have any answers to this problem.--ps--its a 100 yamaha xs and not what i had to list as this engine was,nt listed.remember its an 1100 xs

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Does it run and ride fine with the balance pipe disconnected?
Have you checked your ignition coils. If you have a manual, check which coils fire which cylinders. Does this tie up with the two cylinders that are getting hotter, (are the other to staying cool/cold?) each coil provides the spark for two cylinders. You can swap the coils and see if the other two pipes go blue, that way you know a set of coils is bad. It sound like you have done everything on the fuel side, which leaves mechanical or electrical. Dont forget to check/clean/change the simple things such as the spark plugs and caps.

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- Remove the seats, the lower and both side fairing middel sections
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- Move the carns to the right to have acces to loosen and disconnect the throttle cables.
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