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  1. Miscellaneous Discussion
    Hello all, I smashed my speedometer on a turn and snapped off the cable. I’ve already replaced the cable with the appropriate part number through 4into1 and assembly was a breeze. I had my first test ride the Friday before Father’s Day weekend, and noticed that the speedometer shot to 100mph...
  2. Project Logs
    Gertrude when she’s running, Dirty Gertie when she’s well… not. Seeing as I put her down in the middle of March, shes DG currently. Anyways here’s what’s been done so far: Replaced most cotter pins with OEM sizes. Chinese eBay carburetors (temporarily). Cleaned and rebuilt factory carburetors...
  3. Member Introductions
    Hello everyone! My name is Luca, and I’m from smack dab in the middle of California (in between Fresno and Bakersfield). I’m a recent follower of the forum finally turned member. A few months back I bought a 1971 CL175 that’s in the middle of a brat style conversion. Currently she has a CB200...
  4. Member Introductions
    Good evening from sunny and cheer filled PDX! I’m a relative newbie to moto rebuilding, but I feel compelled in my soul to search out busted oldies and bring em to life. I’ve got limited space in my jobs main worksite, but thankfully have a master foreman and mechanic at my finger tips almost...
  5. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    Hi, New to the forum and it looks like a great resource for a beginner restorer. My current project is a 1971 CL175 Scrambler. Everything is coming together nicely as parts are easy to find. My problem is the seat. The original is pretty much shot and it looks like there aren't a lot of...
  6. Miscellaneous Historical Printed Literature
    Hi Everyone, I've been trying to chase down documentation (workshop manuals and owner's manuals in particular), for each of the motorcycles I have, and was having trouble finding a good scan of a Cl175 owner's manual anywhere online. I found an NOS one on eBay and bought it because it was...
  7. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    Looking for advice on what carburetors to run on my CL175 bored out to 200cc?!
  8. Member Introductions
    Greetings from Eastern Connecticut! New to the this forum but no stranger to old Hondas. Have recently acquired this 1971 CL175: Someone put CB exhaust on it at some point. Mostly complete aside from a missing horn and side covers. Most other bits missing in this photo I have but were not...
  9. Electrical Discussion
    I have a new-to-me 1971 cl175 that is missing the headlight lens. Searching online parts sites I see the headlight for my cl175 is part number 33120-307-671 and is not available anywhere besides cmsnl for $$$. The same year cb175 uses headlight part number 33120-292-673 and is widely available...
  10. Engine Discussion
    I'm looking to replace the ~20year friction plates in the '72 CL175 K6 and I bought 5 Friction plates from Barnett. to replace the 5 Honda Friction plates I had. THe Barnett plates have a smaller Inner diameter which I think is good becuase that = more surface area in contact with the steel...
  11. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    Hello, I am reviving a 1971 CL175 that was not running and was COVERED with rust when I got it. It had been left out, uncovered, on the coast for 3 years. Once I resolved some of the electrical issues that were preventing it from starting, I was able to get it running. This gave me confidence to...
  12. Project Logs
    Here's an update on the bike since joining the forum and posting my member introduction. I'd say I'm a little over half way through the new bike checklist (Basic Checklist for that New to You old Bike), and thank goodness for all the things it tells you to check. I freed up the frozen clutch...
  13. Member Introductions
    Good afternoon everyone! I have recently acquired a new-to-me 1972 CL175 (K6?). I have minimal experience with motorcylces but have been doing work on cars for a while and I am interested in anything with a motor. I am located in Central Texas (near Austin). I am fixing to go through the bike...
  14. Parts For Sale
    Listers, I have a good cylinder head for a vertical 175cc engine. CB, CL etc...... No camshaft, missing 1 exhaust valve. Other valves, springs, and rocker arms included. $50 plus shipping. Contact me off list if interested. [email protected]
  15. Manuals and Technical Documents
    You can download it for free off of my website. https://www.thegonzotribune.com/honda-cl-175-shop-manual-owners-manual-parts-guide-pdf-download/ Had a hard time tracking it down so I figured I'd try and make it easier for others. Enjoy!
  16. Member Introductions
    Hey guys, just learned about this forum a few weeks ago and man I am loving it! The forum you guys have made here is one of the most inviting communities I've ever seen, and I'm really excited to be apart of it. My current project is a 1972 Honda CL 175 K6 Scrambler that I've pretty much done a...
  17. Wanted Parts and Bikes
    Listers, Looking for carb parts for my 1968 CL175 Sloper with the 22mm Kiehins. The aftermarket rebuild parts do not work well. Mainly after the needles and needle jets. I have one stock needle, it is stamped 063001. What have you? Many Thanks Bownez Mpls 1968 CL175 1966 CB77 1972 CT90
  18. Wanted Parts and Bikes
    Hello Listers, I am looking for a pair of 160 size carb jets to fit my 1968 CL175KO. Many thanks. Michael Mpls
  19. Parts For Sale
    I have a gas tank for a CL 175 Honda Sloper. Acid dipped to remove interior rust. New paint. $200 + shipping Email for pics - [email protected] Bruce
  20. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    Anyone out there with the sloper 175cc engine with the "power jet" circuit carbs?? Can you tell me what the correct jet sizes are? My carbs came dis-assembled and I cannot find info on where the jets belong. I'm referring to the air jet at the top of the carbs that are fed to the air cleaner...
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