I recently purchased my first bike a 1974 CB 360. It ran great when I first got it then one cylinder wouldn't fire. I took the carbs apart and cleaned them. I reset the float height and made sure the jets were cleaned out. Both cylinders are now firing and the bike pulls great compared to before. The only problem is that the bike dies when I pull either plug now. Before I got both cylinders firing obviously the side that was firing had no problem when I pulled the opposite side. I dont know how to fix this problem. I am also having smoke come out of my left exhaust on deceleration. I figured that was a air/fuel mixture issue but dont know how to fix that until I solve the dying issue. Any tips help.