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first it wouldnt max rev so i checked the plugs the carbs the exhaust manifold . . . it turned out to be the gas cap was broken . . .
fixed that and now there is alot of fuel in the #1 cylinder ...when i take plugs out to blow it out its like there is little fuel in the #2 and #3 and to much in the #1 any ideas or suggestions ?
 

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make sure that u have spark in that cylinder and that it is firing and and u r not flooding the cylinder that way. if not do a rebuild on the carbs, carb kits r cheep.
 

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sounding like carbs are your problem, mabye a bad or clogged seat. rebuild carbs, and do a compression test on each cycl. check spark at each cycl also.
 

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the broken gas cap has nothing to do with your problem. the gas tank is not a sealed system or your tank would suck itself in when you ran your engine and pulled fuel from it
 
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