My bike is running fine when it is standing straight and rpms are reving up very rapidly. If I lean the bike or it is placed on the side stand, there is some kind of delay in reving up. If I turn the throttle suddenly open when the bike is leaned, it takes a little moment before rpms started to rise and it sounds like engine is not firing properly. Does anyone know what the problem is?
Another question: Is it necessary to adjust the carbs before mufflers are replaced? I made new mufflers and now I have straight pipes, so I wanted to know how to adjust the carbs. The sound is better now and I these mufflers are have to be long-lasting, because I used stainless steel. Appearance is also good after polishing.