Hi there folks, First time poster here and was hoping to tap into the plethora of wisdom that is the Netrider Forums. Here's the situation: I have an '88 Honda Spada which I filled with a bit too much oil (ignorance is not bliss) and now it won't start. We've done some poking around, cleaned up the spark plugs and the air filter and it doesn't appear as though the gaskets have blown. After trying that the engine still doesn't turn over but it almost feels as though it wants to. However, I started it before and it got going, barely, for a few seconds, before I let off the throttle and it just dies. There's a lot of popping coming from the carburetor which leads my step-dad to believe it may have something to do with the amount of fuel being delivered; either too much or not enough. Any hints, suggestions, whatever would be greatly appreciated. I'd rather attempt to fix it myself than be charged through the nose by someone just in case it's something simple.