Carb / engine Question
Hello, everyone I have bought my bike a few months ago and it ran fine. The only issue I had was a lot of backfire while decelerate (slowing down). Two weeks ago I decided to change the oil on it and noticed the last owner never change it, the oil came out milky (horrible I know). After changing the oil I took it for a test ride and it seem a lot smoother. After that I let the bike seat for a week since I left out of town. When coming back home I was super excited because I went a whole week without riding and I saw everyone riding while I was in L.A. I try to start it up, fire right up and let it warm up on my street, I notice a bunch of fuel leaking from the right exahust pipe. Oh crap I remember the kids were playing with my throttle, crossing my finger and hopping it isn't flooded as bad. I rode the bike around the neighborhood and it seem to choke anything under 3k rpm but as soon as you pass 3k all the power creep up. I ask around all my buddy who ride told me that it's more then likely my carbs are flooded. Hopping it wouldn't be true, I changed out the spark plugs, new battery (since the old one drain and wouldn't recharge). I try to start it up again then I notice the right exhaust wasn't blowing out as hard (normal) like the left side. They weren't anymore leak so I figure I'll leave it for a few day and I'll try to start it again. After a few day I started it up and notice it was still doing the same thing. So, I suck it up and took apart the carbs. Open everything up and clean it with carb cleaner, everything seem to look good even the float blow look good, no rust of any sort. After struggling with the Airbox ear I decided to take them off so my life would be easier without them. Carbs went in perfect, got everything hook up and hoping I didn't screw anything up. I hook up the fuel tank and total forgot what tube went to what, so I was like screw it I'll wing it and hope it work. Started up the bike and it started up with no issue and I notice they where a little drip of gas from the exhaust pipe(right side) I turn it off and try to started again and it would turn on for a few seconds and then die. After while I then I remember crap! I should of done a oil change on it. Drain out the oil and they where a smell of gas coming from the oil.
1)Would having a mixture of oil/gas prevent my bike from starting ?
2) Would the bike start up without an air filter?
3) Tube connection left side(top carb) to left nipples on left of peak coak Rear/ back carb to right peak coak nipples. Middle tube straight up to the straight nipple on peak coak. Tee Connected from the right side and middle with a extra tube hanging for breather.
Still need to put in oil and hoping someone can answer if my tubing connection is correct before I try to start it back up. Also, I would take out the new spark plugs and clean them to see if it would start up after the oil change.
Thanks in advance! #MileHighVulcan