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  1. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    I️ recently cracked my petcock near where the fuel goes into the tubes. I️ don't really see a way to fix that. Does anyone know where to buy a new petcock? It's an older one and has a cross tank tube that feeds into it, which is the main problem with all the newer knock offs. Maybe I️ can buy a...
  2. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    Hey guys, so I'm new to the bike scene (please help) I recently bought a CB450 as a project bike and I've hit my first hiccup...I removed the fuel lines and petcock to replace the lines, and I have no idea how the lines go, meaning which line goes to which port. I know, this is probably one of...
  3. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    I have a '69 CB350. When I bought it the petcock had a short length of fuel line coming off one of its exit ports and ending at a small bolt screwed into the end of the hose. But I've seen photos of other people's bikes where each petcock exit went directly to one of the carburetors. I'm...
  4. Wanted Parts and Bikes
    Hello I've been rebuilding an 88 CB450S and she is near complete but I'm in need of a couple parts... I really need a petcock... I'm also looking for a fuel tank and a drivers right foot peg... The fuel tank I have is fixable and aftermarket foot pegs can be found but the petcock is pretty...
  5. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    Hi y'all, I am a new rider and I'm learning a lot about my 1978 Honda Hawk cb400TII. I just installed a new petcock, the old one was leaking badly. However, now I have a situation where the fuel isn't flowing fast enough - it drips through the fuel hose. I'd like to see a steady flow of fuel...
  6. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    Okay so I got her going and rode around for about 50 miles. Then the right side started having problems again. (The carbs were cleaned and new diaphragm replaced) It seems that no fuel gets to the carb unless the pressure from having a full tank forces it down. I went to the gas station and...
  7. Fuel Supply and Carburation
    I own a '72 CB450 and I have made the classic mistake of leaving the petcock on. My oil is now overrun with gasoline and I am scratching my head. I never saw any gas overflow through from the float bowl overflow tube, so how did it get into the engine? ++Greg
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