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  1. Electrical Discussion
    hello everyone, Im currently working on a 1973 honda cb350, i did an almost full rebuild i stripped everything down, sanded and painted chassis, tore down engine and bored it out first size over with new pistons and piston rings and new gaskets, went through carbs and cleaned out jets, new...
  2. Electrical Discussion
    Early last fall I limped the 1971 Honda 350 home. The right side would suddenly loose power while riding down the road. I cleaned both carbs, new fuel filters, replaced diaphragm (Had a tear in it) put it all back together and it fired up today! Road it around for 15 minuets and guess what.. All...
  3. Vendor Links
    I priced shopped for a while for an inexpensive carb kit for my '75 Cb360 and found Rusty Riders by accident. The kit was decent and half the price of a K&L (including the shipping, I paid ~$11 per carb, ~$24 total). They have other parts on the site too though it's not overly comprehensive...
  4. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    Just wondering, in order to put pod filters on the bike, I understand there's more air, thus I need more fuel, so where can I find the appropriate sized jets to accommodate for the influx in air? Any info is much appreciated. Thanks!
  5. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    From what ive read about these bikes, the vacuum port on the carbs is a slightly weird size? Does anyone know the size? or know where i can get it? I got this 76' for 50 bucks and after rebuilding the carbs it runs but not "good". Any and all comments are appreciated. Thanks
  6. Miscellaneous Discussion
    Hi there, I'm new here. I'm having a herd time figuring out exactly what I have. I'm pretty confident it's an 81 cm400t. But I can't find vin specifics to decode it. The vin is #nc0129bm008954 Yet everything I find says it's either a 12 character or 17. Not 14. Also, I think I have a carbon...
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