Getting my CB360T going right
I rode my bike for the first time last night and it died on me! Luckily I didn't go far, it was a test ride. It's a 75' Honda CB360T. The previous owner did a lot of work and said it had issues with the floats, so I took it to a shop and had it gone through. This shop changed the jets and properly tuned the carbs, I did a fresh oil change with 10/40 non-synthetic. It was idling a little low so I turned up the idle a little bit, took it for about 1.5 mile ride and it ended up dying when in first gear at a stop sign. (no electric start) I kicked it over about 15 times over 15 minutes and ended up pushing it home (It's a 1-2x kick bike usually). I started it about a 45 minutes later after sitting, took a few kicks and it started up again, when I put it in gear it died, and I tried kicking it over a few times with no luck. The shop mentioned it was smoking a little bit, he said to do an oil change which I did, the smoked seemed to go away, he said if it didnt it may need a top end rebuild, but it "seems ok" anyone know what I might be able to check for? Im new to these bikes but I am also engine savvy, just new to these in particular.