I think you may be on to it being a carb issue but do remember a guy that had an AOS that acted the same way....finally found that a weak valve spring was allowing a valve to open and leaning out that cyl. Without pulling and testing the springs I am not sure how you would prove it...Vaccum Gauge? Will you be changing your handle come Sept?
Re: 720 gas pop and miss?? in reply to Tech 7, 07-05-2013 05:24:22
Yes Bob - maybe Formerly Canadian Ken--- But I do prefer Aussie Ken -what do you think?
I think I will invetigate the valve issue first, then the carb again - to rule out the carb, I should just switch the carb from one of the 720"s that runs good to rule that out -there are luxuries in having duplicates of the same model at home!!! Ken
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