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  1. WTB pair of CB200 carb insulators

    Wanted Parts and Bikes
    Judging from the date on the original post, he's probably due to replace them again if he ever did find them. šŸ˜
  2. Quick question for anyone that can put eyes on an SL350K1

    Electrical Discussion
    I didn't think that flashers were stock on that bike. I could very well be wrong, since I don't have one.
  3. my CB450 project

    Project Logs
    The whole front end of that bike appears to be from a black bomber (65-67), with the exception of the headlight bucket and instruments. That would explain the 18 inch rim.
  4. No Vermont Titles issued for bikes under 300cc or over 15 years old?

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    If the bike is under 500cc, I don't believe that the VIN verification is required for Vermont.
  5. what are these vents for, ca77?

    Engine Discussion
    That wasn't my filter. I pulled the picture off of ebay. It is pretty ratty.
  6. Honda CB450 K2 vs K1 parts

    Engine Discussion
    If the seat has a rear hinge, there should be a small rod/lever under the left front of the seat that will release the catch.
  7. what are these vents for, ca77?

    Engine Discussion
    They are breather tubes that were routed to two holes in the front of the stock air filter. The ends of the tubing are just shoved into the holes. They were discontinued on later 305s. On the CB72/77, the tubes went into a Y connector and connected to a fitting on one of the two air filters.
  8. Greetings from Indy - First Classic, First Restoration, First Honda - 1974 CB450K7

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    At least the tail section that the PO cut off was included in the parts.
  9. CA77 points

    Electrical Issues
    The CA77 has a 360 degree crank, so it only has one set of points. The CB77 and CL77 have 180 degree cranks, so they have two. I haven't had to buy new points for my CA77 in a long time, so I don't have a good source for those. You can use an aftermarket coil if you need to. Check 4into1.com for...
  10. 68 CL450k1 Fork Seals

    Frame, Suspension and Steering
    Make sure that you do not remove the allen bolt in the bottom of the fork lower. It holds a conical piece inside that is hard to tighten back down once it is loosened. Remove the snap ring, then use the slide hammer technique that ancientdad suggested. If the seal is original, it may require a...
  11. 1966 Honda CB450K0 Red Dragon Update

    Project Logs
    The mufflers on that auction are K1 mufflers, not K0.
  12. Cb 450 Front Drum Brake

    Tires, Wheels, and Brakes
    It doesn't appear that the OP is following his post. I would not be surprised that a modern "mechanic" might miss the absence of the torque stay. That said, exploded parts diagrams are widely available, and they should be looking up what they aren't familiar with. I guess that's why I enjoy...
  13. ‘67 CB450 KO Black Bomber Seat Restoration Questions

    Miscellaneous Discussion
    1. The piping on my original seat is light grey. 2. The chrome buttons are available as an aftermarket item on ebay. They were used on several different Honda models. 3. I'm not sure about the seat buckle fasteners I think that the European models commonly had the flat seat instead of the...
  14. Is this a legit item?

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    These have been selling on ebay for a few years. When they are open for bids, they often bring over $100. I've never figured out why.
  15. Cb 450 Front Drum Brake

    Tires, Wheels, and Brakes
    Is the stopper arm attached between the brake plate and the front fork?
  16. Fork Tubes:69 450

    Frame, Suspension and Steering
    Here is a set from a K1 on ebay. I have compared the tapered-top tubes and the ones like yours side by side, and they are identical other than the top. They both fit the same into the fork bridge. I can tell you that Franks Forks will not make them, since it is a "plugged tube"...
  17. WANTED: CB450K0 "seat spring" part 77203-283-010

    Wanted Parts and Bikes
    The outside diameter of the collar (part #8) is sized to fit snugly into the small end of that spring.
  18. Handlebars: thermal friction drilling to run cables

    Frame, Suspension and Steering
    The flowdrill does look neat. However, I'd be worried about the wiring exiting the hole. The process leaves quite a collar of metal inside the tubing that would present a fairly acute edge for chafing the wiring and creating a short.
  19. CB450 Stator Cover

    Wanted Parts and Bikes
    As long as you prep the surface well with acetone, you shouldn't have to worry about JB weld coming off.
  20. 1967 Honda CB77 Superhawk

    Project Logs
    You are correct. The mark on the camshaft should be pointing to 6:00 at TDC on the compression stroke of the right cylinder.
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