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1978 hawk cb400t

  1. Wanted Parts and Bikes
    I recently purchased some carbs in rough shape from someone on this forum. After putting in a lot of work they actually cleaned up really nicely. Here's some after and before: In the final steps of getting them ready to install, I screwed up big time... As many of you know main jets are a...
  2. Electrical Discussion
    Where to start, I guess you'll probably need to know what bike this post refers to... 1978 CB400T HawkII -TLDR at bottom- Bought it as a project a couple years ago, with little to no experience and expectations through the roof. Since then I've got it to start and idle, although not...
  3. Miscellaneous Discussion
    Hey all, recently got my hands on a Honda cb400t. I'm completely new to motorcycles, parts, and building. I've come to this forum to get the basics and possibly develop my skills along the way. The bike was in pretty rough shape when i got it and I've just been doing research on parts and...
  4. Member Introductions
    Hi Everyone, Yes I did have a proverbial seizure 4 months ago and bought a 1978 CB400 Hawk II. I didn't even know how to ride yet. I have since taken riding classes and did get my Motorcycle Endorsement on my license so I am legit. The bike runs well as I had the carbs cleaned/tuned. Now I...
  5. Parts Guide
    I have a 1978 CB400TII that I am trying to get back to good riding order. I would like to rebuild the cylinder head, cam chain, piston heads, rings, gaskets, etc. Is there a rebuild kit available for this? And if not, as I'm quite new to working on bikes, where can I go to find what I need...
  6. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    Hi y'all, I am a new rider and I'm learning a lot about my 1978 Honda Hawk cb400TII. I just installed a new petcock, the old one was leaking badly. However, now I have a situation where the fuel isn't flowing fast enough - it drips through the fuel hose. I'd like to see a steady flow of fuel...
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