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    Bloody Mary

    Thank you for the advice. I am able to lift the reservoir enough to spray some silicone inside. Aware of the risks of solvents. Will remove the piston

    '79 LTD Master

    Bloody Mary Today, 03:53 AM Go to last post
    amc49

    DON'T surface the head and top of block; you have too little room for that and the valves may hit pistons as well as the cam chain will run looser. Honda

    Top end rebuild on a 81 CB750C

    amc49 Today, 01:18 AM Go to last post
    amc49

    If you have called them .jpeg then rename them to .jpg.

    You can have pics too big and not by filesize per se, but by resolution, if over

    Let's see your CB750

    amc49 Today, 01:05 AM Go to last post
    John Luke

    Iím rebuilding the top end on my 1981 CB750C it had a very small head gasket leak so while Iím already in the engine I decided to hone the cylinders and

    Top end rebuild on a 81 CB750C

    John Luke Today, 12:02 AM Go to last post
    Lash

    The pics are 604 kb each. It doesnt say they are too big, it says invalid file type.

    Let's see your CB750

    Lash Yesterday, 07:21 PM Go to last post
    amc49

    Your call there. The rotor tracks will carbon up even if the compartment is oil tight. Look at practically any alternator on earth. The brushes themselves

    1980 CB 750k, rotor side oil seal

    amc49 Yesterday, 06:44 PM Go to last post