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    thanks for the help

    thanks for the help
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    starter clutch diode/rectifier

    what is the "starter clutch diode/rectifier", and where is it located
    thanks for the help
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    silicone rectifier

    1980 cb750k, where is the silicone rectifier located? is this part of the voltage regulator or a separate component? manual page 16-2, speaks of it as if its a separate component.
  4. Thread: rotor coil

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    rotor coil

    rotor coil on 1980 cb750k: left or right hand thread on rotor bolt?
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    "whether you think you can, or whether you think...

    "whether you think you can, or whether you think you cant, Your are Right"
    but I dont have any way to balance it, so that is a deal killer. thanks for your input
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    Have you known of anybody that has successfully...

    Have you known of anybody that has successfully rewound one of these coils themselves? doesn't seem that it would be too hard, IF you knew the wire dia,and number of wingdings. I have a good friend...
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    just got done measuring the resistance on the...

    just got done measuring the resistance on the rotor, 1.5 ohms plus or minus a tenth, bad rotor?
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    battery not charging

    Discovered today that my battery is not charging, I have a manual, and haven't started going thru the list yet,
    was wondering if anybody had any advice on what to start with first? I was thinking...
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    I finally got it out for about a 20-30 min. ride...

    I finally got it out for about a 20-30 min. ride today, temp here is 88 deg. so I know it got fully warmed up, and the idle was more consistent. But I could not get it to run over about 2k rpm, until...
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    I was reading some of your responses in other...

    I was reading some of your responses in other posts, and am beginning to think I have never really had it completely warmed up. New to air cooled motors, have been scared to let it get to hot just...
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    cant get a steady idle

    I am now getting ready to do the throttle drop procedure on my 1980 k model. Cant get a steady idle. Using the idle adjusting screw I can get it down to a fairly low rpm, and I think "that doesn't...
  12. my mother always used to say to me "Ya you have...

    my mother always used to say to me "Ya you have Champagne taste, on a beer pocket book"
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    Ok thanks for the vent and vacuum port info. I...

    Ok thanks for the vent and vacuum port info. I actually did not have to bad a time installing the air-box, boots on box, make sure all tubes and wires were out of the way, then I held the air-box as...
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    I have a couple questions: the tee between...

    I have a couple questions: the tee between carburetor 2, and 3 that provides vacuum to the alum tube gallery, where does it draw vacuum from? there is a port on the #2
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    Were you the one that took them apart? Are all...

    Were you the one that took them apart? Are all the parts the same as before disassembly, or are any of them new, or different? if new parts could they possibly be the wrong ones for your model?
    I...
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    advice for airbox installation

    Well I finally got my air-box boots, any advice on installation is appreciated. My main question is do I attach them to the carbs first and then to the air-box, or vice-versa?
    Thanks for the help...
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    already replaced them with the new pilot screws...

    already replaced them with the new pilot screws that came with my carb kit
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    download a Honda factory manual on your model,...

    download a Honda factory manual on your model, and ditch the Clymer. get a good battery, make sure the oil is full, spin it over and see if it makes any horrible noises, If not check the compression,...
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    pilot screw adjusting tool

    looking for a good reasonably priced pilot screw adjusting tool, any suggestions/advice?
  20. I have the original motor also, the previous...

    I have the original motor also, the previous owner replaced the whole motor because he said the original motor was making a knocking noise, but I just assumed it was replaced with the same year and...
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    Wanted - try eBay:Seller jtmarks77 Pay only this seller...

    try eBay:Seller jtmarks77
    Pay only this seller
    Request total
    Honda New CB750 Carburetor Return Spring 750 Protect Tube Carb 16036-300-004
    Honda New CB750 Carburetor Return Spring 750 Protect...
  22. 1980 cb750k, with 1981 motor, need carb O-ring & jet sizes

    Getting ready to ditch the pods, and go back to the OEM airbox. I will be going thru the carbs again, want to double check a few things.

    When I rebuilt them the first time, the O-rings for the...
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    lost one of the aluminum fuel tubes between carbs...

    lost one of the aluminum fuel tubes between carbs on a recent rebuild, found one on eBay at a reasonable price. Saw lots of other used carb parts too. if you dont have any luck there, try...
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    well, bought a pair of OEM Honda shoes, installed...

    well, bought a pair of OEM Honda shoes, installed them, problem gone. I think it was the taper in the over sized pin holes of the aftermarket shoes. i think they were racking sideways, and the edge...
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    lots and lots of penetrating oil, PB Blaster is...

    lots and lots of penetrating oil, PB Blaster is wonderful stuff. loosen the tentioners enough to rotate them downward 90 deg. then remove the little blocks that the tentioner bolts screw against. you...
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