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That looks exactly like the table in my old Chilton's......
I still have NO clue what the first line refers to...What's a setting mark?
:D Steve
 

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66Sprint said:
That looks exactly like the table in my old Chilton's......
I still have NO clue what the first line refers to...What's a setting mark?
:D Steve
I think that refers to the carb style or type.
 

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I think that number is stamped on the carb somewhere, Steve....
Don't have any 350's here, so I can't check.

Does sort of have that Chilton look, doesn't it. I have no idea if it's accurate or not.
 

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Bill,
It exactly matches my table, and I checked (and found) "3D" stamped on an old 350 carb body.
I never paid much attention to those markings, just cleaned and re-used whatever carbs were on
the bike, but I guess it would be helpful "matching some up" from mixed examples....or for someone
doing a 100% concours restore..... :D Steve
 

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Main Jet Sec. on that chart is wrong for the 360 models, it should be a 100 not a 68.
That seems to be an error seen in a lot of manuals.
 

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Rampage1967 said:
Main Jet Sec. on that chart is wrong for the 360 models, it should be a 100 not a 68.
That seems to be an error seen in a lot of manuals.
At least in Clymers it's not unusual......
 

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The carbs I have from my basket 73 CL350 are 722A's . Anyone know the jetting for them?
Engine number 5031759

Thanks, Edy
 

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Another question. Does anyone know what engine differences there were between 350A carb to the 3-C carb. My main question is why did they increase the air jet primary from #50 to #150?
 

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Edy, The jet sizes listed in my Clymer's are 38/60/115. When you clean up the jets, the numbers are stamped on them.

The 350 did have two different cams, maybe that is why the difference?

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The carbs I have from my basket 73 CL350 are 722A's . Anyone know the jetting for them?
Engine number 5031759

Thanks, Edy
I have a '72 CB350 and I'm just cleaning the carbs now. Mine are also 722A's (not sure if they are the stock ones for this bike or not), and the jetting they have are (I think I'm using the correct terminology for them :? ):

Main Jet Primary = 68
Main Jet Secondary = 105
Pilot Jet = 35
 
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