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  1. Member Introductions
    Hi! Frank here from northern Ohio and a new member! Finally joined Honda Twins after perusing it for several years. My current stable holds two Honda Twins, a 1972 CB350K4 and a 2008 CB250 Nighthawk, and a 2010 SYM Symba (aka “Cub”). My earliest experiences riding date back to junior high and...
  2. Mechanical Issues
    I'm in the process of putting my motor back together and I've run into an issue. For context, this is my first rebuild. I've installed everything except the cam box and baffle (i.e. the top nuts haven't been installed). Issue: As I was installing the cam tensioner, I noticed at a certain point...
  3. Mechanical Issues
    I bought a Common Motor Collective Shockwave system for my 1972 CB350 Super Sport. When I went to install the sensor plate, something wasn't lining up right. I thought it was the sensor plate, but after removing it and the ignition advance mechanism, I can see that the camshaft is off center...
  4. Member Introductions
    Hi All, Long time lurker on the forum, previously used the massive resource of knowledge and experience when I owned my first Honda twin, a Yellow 78 CJ250T. Sadly it got stolen and wrecked.... Fast forward past a few terrible bikes, including a Ural Solo 650...to last spring when I picked up...
  5. Member Introductions
    Hi, I´m a Kurdish guy living in Norway that bought a CB350 two days ago. Cosmetically it´s in very good condition but not been in use last 6-7 years. It was actually imported from US to Norway in 1998. I guess it needs som work before it´s safe and reliable. I paid $ 2 500, probably more than...
  6. Member Introductions
    Hi all, Getting my first bike next weekend when I pick up a Candy Gold CB350 K4, only a year younger than me. It's a clean and nice bike, near original, but in need of a slight engine overhaul. I'm located in the southern part of Norway, 1 1/2 hour drive west of Oslo. Look forward to lurk...
  7. Engine Discussion
    Hello Everyone, newbie here who picked up a CB350 a few months back for my wife. When I bought it everything was working mechanically...it had some electrical gremlins I needed to work out. One of which was a neutral switch. I popped open the cover and realized the cam wasn't seated in the...
  8. Engine Discussion
    I think I must be overlooking some obvious step in the removal of the head steady bolt on my 1972 CB350K4 (92000-080-850A [92101-080-850a] "Bolt, Hex 8x85") which passes through the engine hanger plates (50354-286-000B and 50355-286-000B "Plate, Eng. hanger") and bushings (50356-286-300 "bush...
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