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  1. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    I left the petcock on my cm400t for a few days and found that though it was leaning left on kickstand gas had filled the opposit cylinder and I had to remove plug to let out the gas cause of pressure buildup so that it would turnover and start.. My first thought is float needle isn't seated or...
  2. Pictures and Videos
    A tutorial how to pop out dents in a motorcycle gas tank without special tools. DIY Paintless dent repair. Try this before spending big money on repainting your bike, cause original paint is really cool and I think original paint is worth more. In this video, I will use an old inner tube I was...
  3. Pictures and Videos
    How to fix a leaky gas tank by soldering it. Fixes, pinholes, small cracks, and seams without painting. Easy Step by step. you can do this, because a leaky gas tank sucks, stinks, is dangerous. Remember " Vintage motorcyclist is a person willing to take a container of highly flammable liquid...
  4. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    Removing the Gas tank from an old Honda can be a real pain because of the balance tube. Here is a simple solution you can easily do to your bike and never have the problem again.
  5. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    Easy and inexpensive way to fix paint chips and small scratches on your motorcycle paint job. Save your bikes original paint, it worth more that way.
  6. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    First, I have a 1970 SL350 with 722A carbs I've had issues with my right cylinder firing intermittently, and judging by the spark plug, is running very rich. So today I pulled my 722A carb apart and cleaned out every hole. The carb was rebuilt before the bike was running at all: Diaphragm is...
  7. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    Hello, looks like a nice forum and community here. I come from the land of Ninja 250's, where all of my mates went up to their 600 Super sports, I took the route of an even slower bike haha, my new bike is a 1993 CB250 nighthawk that is pretty much cafe'd out. Love it so far, had it about a...
  8. Miscellaneous Discussion
    Has anyone experimented with several fuel tanks on the cb350? other brands as well. I am getting prepared to start a cafe build on my '73 cb350, and am currently leaning towards a Suzuki GS750 tank, but i would like to see photos of other builds that have swapped tanks. I want something bigger...
  9. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    Ok this might seem like an odd question maybe it is a common question and I can't phrase it right in the search. Sometimes when I fill my tank close to the "full" giving some space for gas expansion. When I do this, an put the cap back on, it will seem like it pushes fuel out of the pressure...
  10. Parts For Sale
    I have a CB350 k3 fuel tank off a 1971 bike that I have no use for after I sold my bike. The cap is in parts that can be rebuilt but will include it, There is minimal rust in the tank and no holes. Make offer, I just need it gone. Thanks for looking
  11. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    Alright fellas, I got this fuel tank as an extra part with my 76' cb360t because it was the better tank. But it is to big and the underneath to narrow to go over the frame with all the solenoids and electrical ect. Anyway, now i need to sell this tank that is in good condition but am having...
  12. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    i just took apart the engine of my cb450 twin over head cam. putting it back together and trying to start it resulted in the exhaust hoses from the carbs to leak gas. everytime i turn my gas on it leaks gas. any thoughts?
  13. Wanted Parts and Bikes
    The gas tank on my '82 cb750 Nighthawk is leaking. I think the leak is coming from the fuel gauge sender unit gasket under the tank. I replace the o-ring gasket but, of course, when tightening the nuts back up, I snapped one of the posts off the tank. The gasket does appear to have helped but...
  14. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    Not sure if this is more miscellaneous than fuel supply related, but oh well here goes. I'm beginning a 1976 CB360 cafe project, and so, while I chip away at the body work/cutting sanding and painting the frame, I'm wanting to track down the odds and ends I still require. My (greenhorn)...
  15. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    I feel like this is one of those stupid questions that challenges the 'no stupid questions' theory, but I have to ask-- what type of fuel should be in my Honda CM200? I know bikes tend to run best on premium, but I'm starting to see a pattern that, in my barest understanding, looks like the...
  16. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    Hey all, Pretty new in this realm. Have a 72 CB 350. Running great. Threw some 93 in it and she got...quieter. Not in a bad way - but more of a "Wow. 93 made her run smooth and shut up" kind of way. 93 too high? Thanks, Doug
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