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    Senior Member sf350's Avatar
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    What's left to do?


    I shortened the signal stems front and back and used the back to support a 550 or 750 grab rail and rear fender to the frame, so need to get those PC. Still cant figure where the beeper goes in the triangle and all the connections in the bucket are giving me a hard time getting the head light in so I think a hair dryer might soften them up enough to get it in.

    I have been messing with cb77 rear tail light and bracket to fit which is smaller and fits the 350 better IMO. Other than that fill w/oil and gas and start her up.

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    Been a while, chased some electrical grounding issues for signals and brake light all good now just need to get taillight/plate holder I made powder coated. Picked up a few other projects 73 H1D and 74 H1E triple


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    That's a great lookin 350!

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    Thanks Lefty...your 450 race bike is coming along nicely.


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    Painted my emblems. I used a desoldering bulb and a brake clean wand, sucked the paint up and applied it/filled it in. Don’t empty the paint in the bulb or it will burp and fart.

    https://imgur.com/gallery/xpkRufX

    https://imgur.com/gallery/SR9FbCK


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    Finished. Turned out better than I thought it would. Used a toothpick to clean up the chrome after the paint tacked up

    https://imgur.com/gallery/hHd1g4S

    Also like this scotch.....happy Easter

    https://imgur.com/gallery/zothQ6i


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    Time to update, first start up....carbs sinked has spark.....idles good but left pipe is hot and smokes a bit...right pipe is slightly warm.

    Where do I start first?


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    I checked the idle mixture screw and found the right side had now washer or oring and the left side washer and oring was crushed and also collected a ball of junk.

    https://imgur.com/gallery/Xp1TaBX

    Used carb cleaner and a solder bulb to suck any crap out.


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    Hey guys looking for advice. Bike idles perfect but cuts out when hot.
    Won’t rev past 3000rpm
    Plug gap at 0.030”
    Jets 70/105 had 68/105 same results
    Carbs are clean and cleaned again and again.....
    I can shift through all gears but only reach 3000rpm and it bogs out
    New condenser
    New points
    Timing set

    I’m probably forgetting something else.


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    Advance unit condition?...........Straw test carbs?.......
    "I have a mind like a steel trap.....Old and rusty, of antiquated design, and hard to get stuff back out of...."
    Contact info: E-mail; [email protected] Phone; 540-525-5199

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