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

    Electronic ignition

    amc49 Today, 12:07 PM Go to last post

    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 Today, 11:57 AM Go to last post
    All Island Tyler

    I was just looking to upgrade it.
    Im building a very cool conversion and looking for a good place to get stuff. Lol
    Any recommendations

    Electronic ignition

    All Island Tyler Today, 09:17 AM Go to last post

    Looking for proper procedure to set float height. Manual states height should be 15.5 mm, but unsure if this is with carbs lying flat or turned on side.

    Setting float height on 1979 cb750K

    VWBug Today, 07:05 AM Go to last post

    What pistons are you using? You will have to have a load of other parts too, that is way too much cam for a stock engine. If the pistons are stock you

    Piston to Valve Clearances

    amc49 Today, 12:01 AM Go to last post

    Bike: 1980 CB750F Supersport.

    I'm installing a new camshaft which is much higher lobed than the stock camshafts (Webcam Grind #110, part

    Piston to Valve Clearances

    tjurek51 Yesterday, 02:32 PM Go to last post