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    amc49

    The lights themselves are the diodes, any extra part there is a current reducing resistor, LEDs function on only about 3 volts of power. If the bulb does

    LED lights on 81 CB750C

    amc49 Today, 04:26 AM Go to last post
    amc49

    You won't see the cracks, even more so looking at cylinder block, they are in the rubber manifolds higher up and do not show but they are there all right.

    CB750 carbs problem. High idle (unstable rpm). Need help

    amc49 Today, 04:22 AM Go to last post
    Logolibre

    Yes, I have a model for the US, with a vacuum valve. Since I removed Spawn of Satan, I shut off this valve. Today Iíll shoot carburetors, Iíll look

    CB750 carbs problem. High idle (unstable rpm). Need help

    Logolibre Today, 02:00 AM Go to last post
    amc49

    That will likely be too much for a fully muffled header with OEM airbox, CV carbs LOATHE extra jetting unless it has a definite purpose, they make the

    Help with carbs on 81 CB750C

    amc49 Today, 01:37 AM Go to last post
    amc49

    There is NO brake light on the dash, OEM supplied anyway. The oil light is for that only.

    Installing DCC speedometer on CB750

    amc49 Today, 01:28 AM Go to last post
    amc49

    An aircut valve leaking on either side of the diaphragm or at an o-ring gets leaner rather than richer. Only by activating (compressing the spring) a

    1981 CB750C running on 3 cylinders.

    amc49 Today, 01:24 AM Go to last post