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  • The Stinker - Old and Slow Racing Team

    Check out this 1980 CB750K called The Stinker from Old and Slow Racing Team! This did 131 MPH at the Texas Mile in March of 2013.

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    amc49

    If they put them in you can get them out however the methods can vary. I removed them back in the '80s for sure but can't remember how. Those expanded

    95 NH 750 handlebar end mirror help needed

    amc49 Today, 12:13 PM Go to last post
    amc49

    The problem with that method is that it in no way tells you how good the needle bumpers are. Why you put them upside down to look at how far each float

    Setting float height on 1979 cb750K

    amc49 Yesterday, 09:11 PM Go to last post
    CodyNightHawk750

    I have a 95 Honda Nighthawk 750
    I ordered some chrome cafe racer style barend mirrors that slide inside a hollow handlebar but I've seen my handlebars

    95 NH 750 handlebar end mirror help needed

    CodyNightHawk750 Yesterday, 08:36 PM Go to last post
    VWBug

    Thanks for response. Just to clarify, what was meant by flat is what I believe you are referring to as upside down with float bowl/floats facing up. This

    Setting float height on 1979 cb750K

    VWBug Yesterday, 08:29 PM Go to last post
    amc49

    I think you are going to be somewhat surprised. Most of the 'stuff' for these is long ago burned out.

    Electronic ignition

    amc49 Yesterday, 12:07 PM Go to last post
    amc49

    I have never ever heard of setting floats on carb sides, it's simply whacky. You set them with the bank upside down like every other carb set on earth.

    Setting float height on 1979 cb750K

    amc49 Yesterday, 11:57 AM Go to last post