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    Default 68 bsa mag driven

    ok guys i got a 68 bsa firebird scrambler motor, joe hunt mag all new charging system, joe hunt capacitor. pretty bare bones. bike kicks and runs. throttle side cyl runs 100%. clutch side wont fire right.

    mag is new, have 3 sets of new plugs, low brow wires, compression is like 120 both cylinders and recent valve job. its spittin and poppin on the one cyl spittin fuel out. changed carbs from fresh rebuilt chrome 930s to bones stock new 930s...same issue, changed plugs same issue, redid timing 3-4 times same issue.

    i left the plug wires hooked to the plugs and switched connections at the mag. same issue same cylinder. what am i lookin at here? it seems that the lowbrow wires could be the trouble?

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    damn you covered just about all the bases there, swap out the wires with a different set to test or try swapping the whole wire from one cylinder to the other instead of just at the mag end, also although you swapped carbs try switching the cylinder that is running good over to the on that isnt and see if it effects it

    do you feed each carb individually or run a crossover? maybe could be the petcock or the crossover, could try adding a battery to test to see if that helps/changes anything

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    its a new pingle petcock with new carb bur fittings and new carbs that we completely went through jus to double check. well we switched the mag ends of the wires just to rule out the mag. i got a new set of wires and am gonna be trying that tonight

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    i'm betting on the carb.

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    we had a set of chromed 930 new rebuilt on it took them off and put a set of new 930s same issue both sets of carbs

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    so theres only one petcock feeding both carbs? via a crossover tube in the bottom of the bowl- MAYBE the other cylinder is starving for fuel or has an air pocket, im just throwing out ideas, and like i said try swapping the whole wire over if you think its the wires

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