Like i said What would cause this? \bad plugs? carburetor issues?
I suggest installing a new set of plugs, and then monitor them for color. There is a mixture setting procedure in the manual. Do you have the stock airbox/filter setup or have you gone pods on your bike?
assuming you have the H-box, that means nothing. Feel the head pipe, well, feel NEAR the headpipe after it's been running for a few minutes and you should know if both are firing or not. I could see the left only firing, and the right still getting warm due to the engine block warming up, but the head pipe should be nearly the same temp no matter what if both are firing
This is just a somewhat educated guess, I'm no scientist or a true mechanic, but I have logic and turn wrenches lol, so I just guess things most of the time
I dont have a manual and i do have pods but i plug them up with tape for now to get it started
I'd swap the coils, you have to put the coils on the opposite side, and swap the wiring, otherwise you'll be firing at the wrong timing, so the bike probably wouldn't fire at all, if it does run, it'll run like HELL. Have you done your carbs at all?
That's correct, one may not be sending enough of a spark, so I'd take and unplug them, swap sides, and swap wiring. If one is getting a weak spark, that might do it, I'd suggest doing the brass rod conversion on both of them if it hasn't been done, might help to, it won't hurt, I know that much.The Coils are the 2 black cylinders above the 2 pistons right? an electrical part?
Obviously the voice of experience.