Hi , first check if you have a spark at number 1 cylinder, the back fire is igniting fuel in the exhaust, if you have spark , try tapping (lightly) the fuel bowl on number 1 with the rubber handle of a screw driver just incase the float is stuck,
The only way to overflow a carb and/or cylinder is to have fuel getting past the float NEEDLE VALVE. That can happen in 3 ways. Float is bad (they are non adjustable), float needle is bad and leaking, or debris on the float needle seat. It’s even more specific like that when it’s only happening on 1 cylinder. Give all that a look.
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Iam turning my 1983 CB1000 c into a cafe racers style motorcycle and I want to do an entire front end swap off a new motorcycle. Does anyone know of a later motorcycle such as CBR with dual disc brakes that will fit my bike.
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