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    Put on a new fuel line with a filter that you can see through. No telling what rust from the tank is making it into those newly - cleaned carbs (requiring

    what to try next?

    pidjones Today, 04:50 AM Go to last post
    Butch Davis

    New guy to the forum, Just purchased my 74 CB 750 from the original owner, he was a wonderful guy in his 80s that just had a hard time letting it go.

    what to try next?

    Butch Davis Yesterday, 07:21 PM Go to last post

    You could try soldering the tubes but just as easy to find used bowls on ebay, heat shrink definitey not fuel proof. I would give soldering a go, just

    The Rocket, or pidjones winter of 18-19 rat bike project

    dirtdigger Yesterday, 05:06 PM Go to last post

    One thing the pressure test doesn't tell you is if your overflow tubes are cracked! Dooo. #2 and #4 both cracked. So, solder? JBWeld? How about - is heat

    The Rocket, or pidjones winter of 18-19 rat bike project

    pidjones Yesterday, 04:54 PM Go to last post

    Hi. I cleaned out the carbs,installed new rubber insulators between carbs and intake.
    Started bike and now have this high idle around 3500 rpm.I

    Fast idle on 1981 Honda 750 k

    Digger200 Yesterday, 11:16 AM Go to last post

    I swear by seafoam

    Let's see your CB750

    brianhood 10-16-2018, 07:21 PM Go to last post