78 Moto Guzzi V 1000 I-Convert discussion forum: Moto Guzzi V 1000 I-Convert
Moto Guzzi V 1000 I-Convert
My dad and I just recently got a used Moto Guzzi V 1000 I-Convert about half a year ago.It only has roughly 30,000 miles on it. We have fixed multiple things on it, including the timing which was one of the biggest things. We have done every god forsaken diagnostic troubleshoot on it to fix this problem as for we are both mechanics.
--The Problem-- The left cylinder gets slightly warm when the right cylinder gets hot. We have fixed the timing on it at which got most of the problems fixed. We have changed out the spark plugs, spark plug wires, ignition coils, oil change, cleaned and adjusted the carbs (multiple times), and replaced a few wires. There are a few other things we have done but I can not recall what he had done other than those.
What will fix the problem with both cylinders not being the same temperature?
--What are the possible solutions to fix it?
--Why would these be solutions to fixing it? (needs to be detailed so I can explain it to him.)
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