Im grateful for your support Imran bhayya. I applied the test to my bike both in idoling and while running.
While idle, I ignited the bike and amazingly it did not leak a single drop. No missing and hesitation while giving throttle. I checked the fuel initially, there was some but not enough. I took out the bike to an open road, but on the road it was a bit hesitating in throttle operation, not as smooth as it was in idle.
Went to refuel it, and back on the road. After hitting a mile or so, I stopped and checked the carbs and there it goes the leakage from the carbs. As well as the level of missing in throttle increased, so as the sound of of exhaust disturbed too. One thing more, I placed my hands in front of the Right exhaust, no considerable change in the sound. But when I placed my hand in front of the Left exhaust, the sound changed considerably (meaning the missing or hesitation during the throttle could be well judged when I put my hands in front of Left exhaust). Needless to mention that two carbs on the left side leaks while the other two on the right are cool.
A LITTLE BACKGROUNG:
When I first got the carbs cleaned, I remember that my mechanic didn’t use any synchronizer to the carbs. The bike was cool for a couple of days as I mentioned in my earlier post. It was not until when I took my bike at 1:00 am to an open road, just to see the potential of the bike. I hit 170km from one side and it was damn cool, I mean the pick, the throttle the sound everthing. But as I took a U turn, I suddenly got this hesitating sound in the bike and then on my way back, I never got the ecstasy of the same throttle and smoothness. At home I realized the frequent flow from my carbs. That’s how It started.