Main Motorcycle: '03 Bonneville T100
Join Date: Nov 2012
Location: dorchester usa
Other Motorcycle: 74 Honda 450 long gone
If, after all the carb cleaning, etc., the problem doesn't go away, swap the plug wires from side to side. If the problem persists, a new coil will be in order. I don't know how many have had the coil on one side start to fail first at low rpm and later altogether (including yours truly). Chased what I thought were carb problems from disassembly, soaking, rebuild to finally find out one side of the coil was failing. One can test the coil, but it can show that it's good but break down under a load. The carb chase is intellectually stimulating, though, revealing much wisdom through experience. Good luck.
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