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    Great. We are here for you!

    Great. We are here for you!
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    use what you need: 8802 8803 8804 8805

    use what you need:

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    In the Clymers manual it tells you how to measure...

    In the Clymers manual it tells you how to measure the resistance across the regulator/rectifier pins. I had charging problems and thought it was my rectifier. Turns out after measuring the...
  4. Thread: Engine removal.

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    My 82 CB750SC does have the removable frame...

    My 82 CB750SC does have the removable frame section.
  5. Who knows. They could have sprayed starter fluid...

    Who knows. They could have sprayed starter fluid in the carbs to get it to run for you. Lets assume it did run even though that's surprising for half disconnected carburetors. Then the compression...
  6. Thread: Engine removal.

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    I had the engine out twice both times I wiggled...

    I had the engine out twice both times I wiggled it out from the right side as suggested in the manual. Perhaps I will try the lay down method at some point, but what about reinstallation? I try to...
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    I've been working on my custom build of a CB750...

    I've been working on my custom build of a CB750 KZ (which has an 1980 FA Engine) for a few months now.

    What does the above statement really mean? What was it's original condition and "work" have...
  8. Sexy looking bike. So what's the background? ...

    Sexy looking bike. So what's the background? Did you or someone else rebuild the motor? Was it previously running before the overhaul? It looks pretty clean. The PODS will not effect start up. ...
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    If you need to bump up the idle to further...

    If you need to bump up the idle to further troubleshoot the bike, reach under the carbs directly in the center and adjust the black knob that imaged below. adjust it clockwise for more idle .
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    Just get a new tank and don't ever use that...

    Just get a new tank and don't ever use that sealer. Take your time and shop eBay until you find a clean tank. Once it's regularly filled with gas, you will be fine. Why risk contaminating your...
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    Very slick. Two thumbs up!!

    Very slick. Two thumbs up!!
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    I don't know much about SOHC, but on my DOHC I...

    I don't know much about SOHC, but on my DOHC I lost oil pressure due to the pump housing bolts loosening up. I removed the side cover and sure enough the housing bolts were about a half turn loose. ...
  13. My baby :) 8778

    My baby :)

    8778
  14. You will likely need to do a major overhaul of...

    You will likely need to do a major overhaul of your carbs. If your valve clearances are truly within spec, the varnish is likely plugging up a circuit. I disassembled my carbs, dunked them...
  15. This is what I used for a "fuel cell" it doesn't...

    This is what I used for a "fuel cell" it doesn't take much fuel to fill the bowls and keep the bike running. Attach this to the fuel line and set it upside down on the frame. Either position it...
  16. Just watched your utube vieo posted above. It...

    Just watched your utube vieo posted above. It appears your top end is full of carbon. I understand you want the bike to run without going too deep into the motor, but from the color of the exhaust...
  17. Thread: carb filler hose

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    Also, I know tempting but paint last. Nothing...

    Also, I know tempting but paint last. Nothing worst than a trailer queen that doesn't run. You'll need plenty of resources ($) to get the drivetrain running smoothly. I cant speak on your...
  18. Thread: carb filler hose

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    FYI, this post is in the engine section, so it...

    FYI, this post is in the engine section, so it may not get the attention you want. Next, treat your carbs like 4 mini engines connected together.
    Trying to troubleshoot a backfiring carburetor that...
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    SWEEET!!!! :thumbsup::D

    SWEEET!!!! :thumbsup::D
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    It's basically a dust shield / guide that mounts...

    It's basically a dust shield / guide that mounts on the outside of the carburetor. When you reassembly the carbs, the long rod will slide through the outside of the #2 carb and engage the linkage. ...
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    Makes it all worth the effort in the end. Job...

    Makes it all worth the effort in the end. Job well done. Removing the engine for a stinking bolt is usually enough for most to abandon a project all together. My oil pump bolts wiggled lose and...
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    Dude...just read a few of the threads on this...

    Dude...just read a few of the threads on this website about PODS vs Stock Air Box. Almost 1 in 10 posts includes a post to not run PODS but have at it if you must. Just don't expect too much...
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    It's rough but you will likely take extra care...

    It's rough but you will likely take extra care from now on when working on the cams. Just don't do it again anytime soon and you'll be ok. It took many shakes and rolls before mine fell down so I...
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    When I had PODS, the bike ran flawless until...

    When I had PODS, the bike ran flawless until around 7K RPM for what that's worth. But I did a full rebuild of the top end and carbs. I would suspect one of your carb circuits to be clogged.
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    Sounds like a valve stuck open or close. Burnt...

    Sounds like a valve stuck open or close. Burnt or broken valve. If the rings are bad, then oil will get into the cylinder and also show good compression. A leak down test should isolate top end...
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