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  1. Cam chain tensioner bolt too short to fasten lock nut

    Engine Discussion
    Hi Everyone, I have a nice little CM400 that I recently tuned up, adjusted valves, changed gasket and adjusted cam chain tension. I may have made a mistake at some point because it seems that the tensioner bolt went back inside the engine too much and now it is too short to put the nut onto...
  2. CB200 Cam Chain adjustment bolt misplaced!?

    Engine Discussion
    Hello people, I got used CB200 and still learning lot about it, one of the thing is the cam chain adjuster bolt - lock nut. So I have just realized when I opened my crankshaft cover and put it in the TDC position for some routine work, then I saw these: The bolt on the rear side, showing the...
  3. CB350 Cam Chain Rollers

    Parts For Sale
    I have brand new CNC machined cam chain rollers for CB/CL/SL motorcycles. Upper roller is a sprocket, lower is a smooth roller. Each have high quality needle roller bearings pressed into them. Upper roller comes with a deformable rivet. Material is chromolly steel. See the following links for...
  4. 75' CB 360T Cam Chain Recall

    Engine Discussion
    I know that about half way through 1975 Honda started to recall the cb360ts for their cam chain tensioner. I do not see the punches on my serial number that indicate the switch was done on my bike, and I was wondering if there was any sort of document out there that indicates when Honda...
  5. 1969 cb350 K1 Cam Chain Tensioner Adjuster Spring- which type to use?

    Engine Discussion
    Hey guys. new here. I have a 69 cb350 k1 that has some chain noise, went to re-adjust the adjuster and noticed mine doesn't have an adjuster screw or locknut on it. mine looks like this EBAY ITEM also it has a round rummer circular piston instead of the rubber square pad. Will i be in any...
  6. Cam chain tensioner Degredation

    Engine Discussion
    Hi folks. This is my second CB350 top end rebuild. Purchased the bike for $172. The engine was seized. PB blaster, a Miracle Oil bath and 2 months later, I started the disassembly process for the top end. Suddenly the piston unseized prior to disassembly. I found the cam chain tensioner was...
  7. CB400T Stumbling on acceleration

    Fuel Supply and Carburation
    hello! I bought a 78 CB400T (mfg 10/77 so no accelerator pumps) for my father for his 70th which is tomorrow. I've had a lot of issues trying to get it running right but am so close now and running out of time fast! I posted originally in the electrical section but I got good spark now and I...
  8. CB250/CB360/CJ250/CJ360/CL360 camchain guide + tensioner set New New Stock

    Parts For Sale
    Hi all, good to be back. After a long time in development, significant investment and a lot of beer, I finally have some made-in-2014 camchain guides + blades for these bikes. For ease, I'm selling through eBay. I hope these will help others, like me, keep their old Hondas going. My '76 USA...
  9. Dropped plastic camchain tensioner roller tab into crankcase...

    Engine Discussion
    Hello, I am in the process of installing a KA Performance cam chain tensioner on my bike and while I was removing the old roller assembly a series of unfortunate events led me to dropping one of the plastic tabs (item no. 11 in the attached image) into the crankcase... I rotated the crankshaft a...
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