i took apart the carb today, and installed one size smaller of a jet. i went from #64 to a #62.
it ran well, BUT when i did plug chops it showed a a light tan ceramic. kinda scared me., don't wanna ruin the kit at this point, it's running so well.
i figured that is definetly not a good thing, and went back to the #64
i'm still not getting any signs of four stroking, or any loss of tranny fluid, there's no grayish colors on the plug, no signs of anything leaking, or any air leaks..i'm not sure what it could be now. i'm stumped!!!!!
anyone have any other suggestions.
i also went over the whole bike, and tightened everything up, check fluids, tire pressure,adjusted brakes, stocked up my saddle bags, etc.
i wanted to go on a big ride on thursday (maybe 100miles), but i'm hesitate now
i'm just sick of having to change out the plug after restarting it.
once it's running i go all day with no problems.
if i stop to run into the store, or something. i'll come back out, and i have the problem. put a new plug in, and it starts in half a kick.
sorry, almost left out....it's a 1980 motobecane sebring.