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A backfire comes from unburned fuel getting into the exhaust manifold and igniting.The cause is normally poor ignition. So it can be either your spark plug gap is too big, dirty, faulty, etc or your coils are problematic, but as 1 coil is allocated to 2 pots I would doubt this. The other is that the fuel mix of the cylinder is way too high and it can not burn all the fuel. balancing the carbs will help fix the problem. Your idle RPM should be around 12-1400.

To balance your carbs you need 4 vacuum guages. You will plug these into the carbs (1 per carb) by removing the screw in the manifold just above where each carb attaches to the engine. Set your idle screw to get the engine running at about 2-2500 rpm and adjust the butterfly position till you get all the vacuum gauges at the same reading (IE max that you can get for the pot).

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