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  1. Miscellaneous Discussion
    Hi everyone! I'm new to this forum and so far I've been impressed by the wealth of information here. I recently purchased a 1974 CB360 in pretty good condition. When I start it up, I'm getting some backfire and it wont stay idling. The previous owner had mikuani carbs installed and...
  2. Electrical Issues
    Hello all! I'm working on my first bike build and am a serious rookie when it comes to wiring! I recently grabbed a 76 CB360T with 10k miles, but the bike hasn't run 20 years. Bike ran when it was parked, but then sat in an indoor storage facility. I started with the typical tear down, oil...
  3. Engine Discussion
    With Covid closing everything down this summer, I decided to pull out my dad's CB360T that had been sitting in the barn for nearly 40 years. Externally, it wasn't too bad with rust in some places, but no holes. The engine appears to be in great shape internally, and also has plenty of...
  4. Parts For Sale
    1976 Honda CB360T Motorcycle Gas Tank | eBay Contact via eBay if questions please.
  5. Project Logs
    Hi, this is my first project here and first motorcycle project in general. Usually work on dirt bikes. Really loving working on the old bike though. Picked up this 1975 Cl360 with around 8k miles. Overall not in bad condition just a lot of surface rust. Wasn’t running so I got it for $600 bucks...
  6. Engine Discussion
    I bought my first bike a little over a week ago it's a gorgeous 1976 CB360. When I bought it the electric start was bad but it was kicking fine which was well enough for me. I've started it up and practiced on it five times since I bought it and it took more and more effort to start each time...
  7. Member Introductions
    hello , new here im from orting wa. I sometimes enjoy working on the bikes and sometimes I do it for reasons unbeknowings to me! this is my second cb360 bike (3rd motor) . most of the projects ive done start out with intentions of low budget low cost and it usually goes up from there. the...
  8. Tires, Wheels, and Brakes
    Bought this 1976 cb360t with essentially the entire front disc brake assembly missing. currently in the process of buying the parts I need to rebuild the front brake from the ground up. So far I’ve successfully gathered all the caliper parts, master cylinder, brake lines, three way joint, banjo...
  9. Member Introductions
    Hello! i've been on the site since 2017 and I finally have a bike that I am working on. A 74 cb360. Excited to meet everyone and get some pointers. I've just finished with basic maintenance to the best of my ability. Rebuilt carbs, new oil, new plugs, new battery, rebuilt brakes, adjusted...
  10. Member Introductions
    I apologize for making my first post before my official introduction. I have been reading this site for years but finally needed to chat, and I got too excited... I'm close to 30 years old, I live in Northern MN. I currently have two of my own bikes that I have restored, and a third bike of a...
  11. Parts For Sale
    Assorted parts from an electric conversion project of a 1976 CB360t. Have pretty much everything relating to the gas operation of the bike. Located in Philadelphia, PA. Photos here: Honda CB 360 Parts - motorcycle parts - by owner - vehicle... Have some large components such as the engine...
  12. Engine Discussion
    As the title says, I’m having some issues with my kick starter kicking back on me. I’ve adjusted the timing to spec, when I use my electric start, even when Ice cold the engine will crank instantaneously. However most of the time that I try the kick starter it’ll either stop about half way...
  13. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    I have tried everything to fix my CL360’s racing idle (or is it hanging idle?). In any case, lots of reading on old threads here led me to the hypothesis that my felt throttle shaft washers are either dried out or ruined from a soak in carb cleaner. How do I remove the throttle shafts to assess...
  14. Electrical Issues
    Whats up honda people I need some help with my 1975 CB360! Lets get to it. I press my estart button and all I get is a single click from the start solenoid, keep in mind I have a fully charged battery. so I bought a new solenoid from common motor and replaced it and I still get the single click...
  15. Tires, Wheels, and Brakes
    I have a ‘67 CB450K0 and I’m doing some work on the front sprocket. I was looking into the hollow indentation of the shaft that holds onto the front sprocket, and noticed that there SEEMED to be what used to be a yellow-ish hardened layer that covered the metal shaft, but this layer now seems to...
  16. Member Introductions
    Hi all! My name is Vito from New Hampshire USA. Recently purchased 1974 CB360. I am very new to bikes (as a fact, never rode one). So this is very exiting to me. Looking forward to be part of this forum! Cheers
  17. Project Logs
    Unfortunately, I am a year in as I make this first post. But I can provide some history and pics. The bike was obviously laid down and the owner likely abandoned it soon after. I have the previous AZ registration which expired in Jan of '85. The bars were bent, big scratches on the engine case...
  18. Member Introductions
    Back in nineteen hundred and ninety one, by some miracle I was paired up with one of the greatest people I have ever known and he ended up being one of my best friends. And one of his greatest gifts to me was introducing me to motorcycles. When he past away in 2013, he had amassed quite a...
  19. Project Logs
    Hello all... This is my first posting of my HONDA CB250G project. I bought the motorcycle in Madrid Spain from someone who had it for many years, but never got it running. The bike only had 17K km and the chrome, seat, and other components were all original and in great shape. The bike was...
  20. Engine Discussion
    Rebuilding a1974 CB360, and discovered the following issue. One of the pins in the gearshift drum is missing, and another is not flush. I can find replacement pins, but no literature on how to assemble this specific part. Please help.
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