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  • Recent Forum Posts


    Or an air leak in the pipe somewhere.

    Chirping or whistling sound from the exhaust pipe

    amc49 Yesterday, 09:38 PM Go to last post

    If like on a car the squirters feed a certain amount of fuel at high vacuum like full open throttle then they may minimize the volume there to make sure

    1978 CB750 Carbs - Accelerator Pump Fuel line mystery parts

    amc49 Yesterday, 09:31 PM Go to last post

    Somewhat interesting, my set does not have those inserts yet accel pump does work.

    1978 CB750 Carbs - Accelerator Pump Fuel line mystery parts

    dirtdigger Yesterday, 07:36 PM Go to last post

    If talking about the exposed sprocket there they do run close but should not touch, I see none there.

    Gasket should work.

    The Final Countdown

    amc49 Yesterday, 07:05 PM Go to last post

    Is this the correct gasket Found it on ebay.

    Here is my pump

    Also, is the chain supposed to be

    The Final Countdown

    Wez_ Yesterday, 04:36 PM Go to last post

    Once tire rubber cracks that signifies that the oils have evapped out of the tire rubber to make it not flex, the rubber instead cracks more. Bike tires

    1983 CB550 SC

    amc49 Yesterday, 04:02 PM Go to last post