Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: Western North Carolina
I'm so ashamed, I ought to know the solution to this but i'm old. I cranked my bike for the first time since the cold of winter and it started, but sounded like it was running on one cylinder with occassional firing on the other cylinder. When I looked down on the right side, gas was pouring out of the carb feeding the cylinder that wasn't running correctly. I'm thinking a stuck float. What should I do........I remember something about a "Gambo Trick" but couldn't find it. Can anyone please help this aging vet?
VROC #28359 Murphy NC
Patriot Guard Rider
US Army (Retired)
NC Law Enf (Retired)
VN750A3 New RR, New Stator, New Tires, Cleaned Carbs, New Choke Cable, Degoated and Marbled, replaced ACCT with MCCT, Custom LED Signals F&R, Custom Luggage Rack.
Did Tail of the Dragon in 1972 and again 07/2011
I like pipes I can hear!
I wear leather so I won't hurt too bad!
I wear a half helmet so I can see and hear better!
Not a poser, not an outlaw biker, JUST ME!