Ok so I'm almost positive I've eliminated the POOGS / Carb issue as what is wrong with my bike. (I've cleaned them out myself once and everything looked ok, but they are getting rebuilt by an old mechanic friend right now just in case.)
So once you crank it up the rear jug doesn't want to start up at first but will start hitting in the first 10 seconds or so and by the time it will idle on it's own it's running along just fine. then you can go drive for 15 - 25 maybe 30 minutes and no issues, bike makes plenty of power no misfires or anything. Then all of a sudden the rear cylinder will start misfiring and dropping out. if you pull over and let it cool for maybe 20 minutes with the seat off it'll fire back up and be fine for maybe a mile or so or hell even 5 - 10 miles before it comes back. When it happens bike refuses to idle, i get back fires through the intake and exhaust. on the rear jug, but it seems like if i can get it to 1/4 throttle around 3200 rpms it will come back alive for a bit. or if i can get it up to 6 grand it'll scream like nothings wrong. Let the bike sit over night and no issues on the next startup. Buddy of mine just returned my multimeter today but it's 20 degree's going down to 11 tonight so i'm not going to be able to get it to replicate the symptoms for a few days. Does this sound like a coil going out?
And if so should i just go ahead and get the accel kit for $150 with 2 coils and a set of wires?
I'm about to order a used coil from kannuck just to eliminate it as a problem and hell i figure it's always good to have a spare.
2000 ZRX1100 - Mad Max Black, and faster than I care to go.
1995 Vulcan 750 Bobberish project. - SOLD
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