Possible carb issue
I believe I have a carb issue causing bike not to get gas to 1 cylinder. Bike was running great, I had adjusted valves, cleaned carbs, new plugs and plug boots and trimmed spark plug wires, had removed the CA emissions stuff and done the pair removal several weeks earlier and bike ran great for the several weeks after that. Also did fog mod about 2 weeks ago without any issues in the 2 weeks since. A couple days ago I rode home from work, bike was running fine with full power, but then upon stopping at my garage to park, the bike was only idling on 1 cylinder. I have verified spark is good on both sides and plugs are good. If I give it choke the other cylinder starts running. I took the carbs off, ran some guitar string through the pilots and blew some compressed air throught them and air came out the other side of the circuit. I also did the clear tube test to check fuel level in the float bowls and both sides looked great. I also threw new o rings on the fuel rail while carbs we're apart as I had noticed they were leaking previously. I put the carbs back on and started bike, still runing on 1 cylinder and now it seems to not matter if choke on or off. Took carbs back off, When taking the carbs off, I noticed that the running side has some fuel on the inside of the boot going into the engine, the non running side is completely dry. I also noticed when draining the float bowls this time, the running side was holding a lot more gas than the non running side. This is interesting as the clear tube test before showed good float levels. Any suggestions on where to start? Do I need to possibly clean or replace the float valves? When I put the carbs back on I could hear the float valves clicking open and closed when I tilted the carbs.