Honda 1985 CD650SC N/Hawk-fuel in airbox
1985 Honda Nighthawk CB650SC.
Engine was running rough; smelled gassy (choke was off). When I stopped, bike fell over on engine guard and saddle bag -a little over 45%.
When righted, would not start. An hour later it did start and ran rough.
Changed plugs. Checked compression. Checked for spark. All OK.
Cleaned air filter - found something interesting. There is a screen toward the front of the airbox. In that area was a puddle of 'liquid' -mostly gas, I think.
After running engine and shutting off, I would hear a 'gurgle'. No idea where 'fluid' came from.
I did find that one of the 2 hoses that connect to the "T" connectors between two adjacent carbs was clogged with animal stuff. These hoses just lie in the area in front of the airbox and not sure what they are for. Expansion; overflow ??
Any info will be appreciated.