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I'd LOVE to have that, just don't have ANY $ right now.... It would take me three months to save $300 up..... :cry:
 

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I'm weeping right now. :cry: That's my birth year and a '74 Sprint 350 was my first bike at 16. Oh well, there's more out there. :roll:
 

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heck of a difference between the 350 12v Electric (73-74) and the older 250 (61-68) 350 (69-72) 6v kickers, they would make a man out of you
 

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Jayel,
They weren't all that bad..... You just had to "tickle" the carb first,
and right-foot-kick it backwards while standing on the left side....LOL....
My 69 bottom-cases/73 top-end bastardized 350 in a 250 H frame was
My favorite bike to ride EVER!...(handled like the 66 C model my screen-name
comes from, but had WAY more power/speed).... I'm 80% of the way to replicating
another one like it now..... However, I did convert most of the "older" ones to 12V
systems using a Harley Z-90 magneto as an alternator to replace the stock 6V
generators......(Couldn't have done it without the Honda rectifier and regulator...)
:D :D :D :D :D Steve
 

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well if the intake valve was a little tight they didn't want to start worth a damn and that kickstarter was a good reason to wear high boots (shin guards) other than those minor draw backs like I said, separated the men from the boys
 

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Yep...I have to agree on the high boots......LMAO!.... Steve
 
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