I will check the plugs asap and get back to you I never took them out to 
check yet

Sean 

On Monday, February 19, 2018 at 5:31:21 PM UTC-8, kiwinPA wrote:

>
> Easier to work with you but you're too far away.  So a few questions.
> How many miles on the bike?
> Are the spark plugs sooted up, black, grey, white or what?  Check them
> The carbs need taken apart and cleaned at least. As with the hoses. One 
> from the cannister goes to the valve cover. The two overflow hoses are open 
> ended, they hang down behind the carbs in front of the air box. There 
> should be one running from the bottom of the crankcase down. It has a plug 
> in it. Theres a loop for it to run through? That one is for junk, oil, 
> moisture that accumulates in of the air-box. It needs to be drained now and 
> then by removing the plug. Without it however, it shouldnt affect 
> performance. Your poor performance is at least due to the carbs needing 
> cleaning and if youve done some JB Welding in the bowls it sounds like the 
> fuel levels are off. 
> If you are interested in another set of carbs, let me know. I think i may 
> have a set around here, Graham
>
>
>  Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 7:55 PM <gavint...@gmail.com <javascript:>> wrote:
>
>> new hampshire
>>
>>
>> On Monday, February 19, 2018 at 3:59:51 PM UTC-8, kiwinPA wrote:
>>
>>>
>>> Where are you?
>>>
>>
>>> On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 6:52 PM <gavint...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>> Hello guys hope someone on here can help me.  I bought a 1985 honda 
>>>> cb650sc for 300 dollars last year that had been sitting on someone's lawn 
>>>> for three years.  Bike started no problem when i got it home but leaked 
>>>> fuel profusely out of the bottom of the carb bowls.  I took the bowls 
>>>> apart 
>>>> and fixed the leak but like a true amateur I forgot how the hoses were 
>>>> run.  When i say hoses I mean all the hoses.  Can anyone tell me beyond a 
>>>> reasonable doubt how they are all supposed to be run.  Currently the hose 
>>>> that comes off the crankcase is run to the charcoal canister and that is 
>>>> about it.  There is another spot of on the canister for another tube that 
>>>> is missing. Also there is a nipple on the bottom of the air box that 
>>>> doesn't have a hose run to it.  As well as the overflow t's between the 1 
>>>> and 2 carb and 3 and 4 are not run to anything.  Ive looked up lots of 
>>>> information and seen pictures but nothing that definitively tells how they 
>>>> are run. I know these old bikes can be finicky and best left stock and 
>>>> that 
>>>> is how I would like to keep mine.  Running the bike without touching 
>>>> anything and leaking carbs I could easily cruise at 80-100 mph now the 
>>>> bike 
>>>> gets up to about 60 mph and bogs out.  Other than that I have no other 
>>>> issues starts easily warms up idles etc.  Im thinking either I messed with 
>>>> important hoses or the large amount of jb weld I put in the float bowl 
>>>> housing to keep it from leaking disrupted the tune and it won't run right 
>>>> until I buy ones in better condition.  Any help would be greatly 
>>>> appreciated I want to get the most out of the bike this upcoming riding 
>>>> season 
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