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  1. Engine Discussion
    Hello All ... I have been washing parts and reassembling my engine as of late and finally got around to the rotor assembly tonight ... on the 500T, the starter sprocket as roller bearings in it (Honda Part # 28110375000) Here is the CMSL link -...
  2. Engine Discussion
    I had been running stock 16/42 sprockets on my SL350-K1. It runs about 6K at near 60mph. Swapped from a 16 tooth front sprocket to a 14 over the weekend and tested it yesterday. Never hit 50 mph at 6K and didn't want to push it more. BEst news was the stock chain did not have to have links...
  3. Miscellaneous Discussion
    Is it possible to swap out the chain and sprockets to something lighter? Converting from 530 to 520?
  4. Engine Discussion
    Hi everyone, I just got my first bike over the summer, a 1981 CM200T. I rode it around all summer and love it. I put ut away for the winter and need to get some stuff done on it, mainly chain out the chain an sprockets. I noticed that the teeth on the sprockets are staring to wear the chain is...
  5. Engine Discussion
    Newly registered but long time creeper of the forum. Forgive me if the answers I'm looking for are hidden in the forum somewhere, I promise I did look. And instead of answering you can always direct me to any threads that bear the answers I'm searching for. Any help is appreciated! I have a...
  6. Tires, Wheels, and Brakes
    Hello everyone, I was hoping you all might be able to give me some help. I'm trying to replace the rear sprocket on my '78 Hawk TII. However, I've noticed that all of the replacement sprockets are all just a sprocket unto themselves. The stock sprocket has a back plate of sorts that is riveted...
  7. Frame, Suspension and Steering
    Today I'd like to put the motor back in to my CL450. I have the service manual (thanks to HondaTwins members for that) and it says put the motor in from the left side in. It doesn't say much more than that other than how to fit the ground cable on (do I need to sand off the powdercoat where...
  8. Engine Discussion
    I have a '72 or so cl 450 with the oil valve built in to the sprocket, There is a thin metal retainer that prevents the sprocket from coming off when unbolted. I believe it was missing or removed from the '71 parts bike because the sprocket and retainer came right off. What gives with the stupid...
  9. Tires, Wheels, and Brakes
    Hi All, I am interested in adjusting the final drive in my 73' CB350 to help lower RPMs when cruising at 45/50. I've seen a few sites offering reduced drive sprockets, or increased output sprockets. I'm wondering which is the better option for reducing RPMs at cruising speed? Also, I have done a...
  10. Wanted Parts and Bikes
    I need the knock bolt(90081-312-000) and the other bolt(90085-312-000). PM me please.
  11. Engine Discussion
    Title pretty much sums it up. I've removed the starter, the small starter sprocket, chain and side cover. I can turn the crankshaft just fine with the larger sprocket still on. Is it okay to leave it on there. I don't really want to mess with pulling the rotor and risk messing something up. I'm...
  12. Frame, Suspension and Steering
    Hi I've got 1983 CB400T. Wondering if anyone had experimented with different front and/or rear sprocket sizes to improve top end speed and how far is too far in terms of affecting rideability. Thanks in advance, Dan.
  13. Engine Discussion
    I'm going to be changing out my sprockets and chain on my 81 cb400T. On my GSXR I had a 520 conversion kit for more off the line power, is there any type of sprocket conversion kit for an old CB? Not to to stunts like I was going for on my GSXR but just for better overall performance of the bike.
  14. Engine Discussion
    Hi there, this is my first post for my first motorcycles 1981 Honda CM400C. I have done a couple little things (changed the oil, fixed some wires, and some misc cosmetic stuff) i am now trying to replace my chain, bought the right one and decided to check out the shape of the sprockets. Back one...
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