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    motogtp

    Weird. The only thing I can think of is that when it is on the center stand the swingarm drops just enough to increase the travel to engage the shoe.

    First Post - 1978 CB750K - Project Start

    motogtp Yesterday, 04:16 PM Go to last post
    zanthor

    Appears to have the same travel on and off the stand.

    First Post - 1978 CB750K - Project Start

    zanthor Yesterday, 03:09 PM Go to last post
    motogtp

    Thanks Stabler. Given that this thing is stock with only 6,000 miles I doubt the needles where changed. However, it is nice to know what to look for

    Sooty saga follow up

    motogtp Yesterday, 08:33 AM Go to last post
    motogtp

    That is odd. The rear brake should work whether its on the stand or not. Maybe something is binding. Does the lever have full travel when its on the

    First Post - 1978 CB750K - Project Start

    motogtp Yesterday, 08:27 AM Go to last post
    zanthor

    So I mentioned this in the overall thread about my CB750K adventure, but I thought it warranted it's own thread.

    My rear brake doesn't

    Rear Brake & Center Stand

    zanthor Yesterday, 06:22 AM Go to last post
    Stabler

    And about going on to hotter plugs. I have no personal experience on this but I've read a lot on it and running hotter plugs to make it run correct doesn't

    Sooty saga follow up

    Stabler Yesterday, 12:31 AM Go to last post