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I have a problem with my 1995 yzf 600. The bike will run but one and two cylinder is running leaner then the other two. I know this I used a heat laser sencer on the header pipe and one and two cylinder had a very low temperature. I have good spark on all 4 cylinders. I was going to pull off the carbs and clean them. Are there any suggestions before I do the tear down? Please help if you can. Thank you.

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Hi , Before you start on the carbs , check that the spark plugs are the same . if all are the same then check your compression levels in each cylinder as some maybe different than other and will tell you maybe the cause of your problem such as valves seats warned out or requiring new valves ( worst case scenario ) the last resort is to take the carbies out and give them a good clean and balance ( tune ) which should only be the problem as old fuel or dirty fuel maybe partially blocking the jets .

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