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  1. On a bike with tight motor to open slides fast...

    On a bike with tight motor to open slides fast and a good 4-1 header (early Kerker small primary tube and modded with no glass in it to let the outer can act like atmosphere) and separate pods (K&N)...
  2. It's a miniscule difference and often done for...

    It's a miniscule difference and often done for the difference in exhaust systems using the same engine. May not be the OEM carbset. Thinking the number on left side is supposed to be VB42. My '80F...
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    All mikes easily re-calibrate to zero, what the...

    All mikes easily re-calibrate to zero, what the little wrench with them is for.

    Nobody on earth makes the bearings except Honda and they have this thing about charging more for parts that sit in...
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    People have done it before and gotten away with...

    People have done it before and gotten away with it...............
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    Hard to say. A small amount may always be there...

    Hard to say. A small amount may always be there but very strong no.
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    Axle is long enough to hold it as a handle to...

    Axle is long enough to hold it as a handle to keep rotor from striking the floor which will likely ruin it. Use like a 5 lb. baby sledge, I know it sounds like overkill but the best way to get it off...
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    The axle is better as you have a handle to hold...

    The axle is better as you have a handle to hold the part when it suddenly springs off crank like they usually do. Whatever 'puller' you use gets run up tight to crank and then a sharp rap on the end...
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    Rotor does indeed have to remove, the crankcase...

    Rotor does indeed have to remove, the crankcase there goes slightly inside the rotor where it has a recess on the back of it. On all early DOHC except possibly the 1100 because that rotor is...
  9. Thread: Which year

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    '84-'86 CBX750F

    '84-'86 CBX750F
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    https://www.denniskirk.com/parts-unlimited/klg-plu...

    https://www.denniskirk.com/parts-unlimited/klg-plug-caps-98.p2068.prd/2068.sku?utm_source=google&utm_medium=csecid=6821162156&aid=76472566741&keyword=830204662494%3A%3Apla-830204662494&kid=83020466249...
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    What indicates you need to go up on pilot if...

    What indicates you need to go up on pilot if rich? You are at 2 1/2 turns now on air screws, that says pretty rich already if it's not dying. You are adding a lot of air, normal being 1 1/2-2 turns....
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    There is a ignition mod using GM car parts that...

    There is a ignition mod using GM car parts that some have done..........I had some success with it back in the day. You CANNOT use the GM coils longterm with Honda spark units, they will fail. The...
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    It makes perfect sense but it is only a...

    It makes perfect sense but it is only a theoretical, meaning it does not have to happen.

    If you have not changed plugs yet that can do every bit of your complaint as it is NOW. Plugs running rich...
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    If you do not have brand new plugs in then all...

    If you do not have brand new plugs in then all that literally means nothing. Fouled plugs have warped the thinking of thousands of people; they literally trick you with all the ways they can act up. ...
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    The kill switch will lower the volt to under 12...

    The kill switch will lower the volt to under 12 if a problem.

    If you carefully unscrew the end up inside the plug cap you can replace the resistor above it (like a fuse) with a correct length of...
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    The pistons can't be seized if you just verified...

    The pistons can't be seized if you just verified they are not.

    '...felt that the piston was moving freely...'

    Similarly, no air in lines if this is true too.....

    'I have good pressure at...
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    Who supplied the carbs/intakes? No trouble...

    Who supplied the carbs/intakes?

    No trouble likely with harness, if you have 12 volts at the coils + (black/white) you are as good as you will get. The kill switches themselves can make for low...
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    If you truly have 150 psi then it is not the...

    If you truly have 150 psi then it is not the valves.
  19. Years old info, company likely dead. Engine...

    Years old info, company likely dead.

    Engine fogging oil like boats use will work but dirties the plugs up.
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    Were the carbs pre-jetted for that particular...

    Were the carbs pre-jetted for that particular engine setup? If not you are in carb hell and much worse than with the CVs, which at least were nominally jetted. Two big carb bores never pull across...
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    Compression test and the exact numbers you got on...

    Compression test and the exact numbers you got on all 4. Anybody ever set the valves?

    Your carb setup there is one that makes problems where there were none before.

    If rich enough to foul the...
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    Plastic head stud washers............(shaking...

    Plastic head stud washers............(shaking head sadly)

    On these the cam cap clearances come OEM at tighter on the ends and looser in the middle toward cam drive gears. ???! It allows the...
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    The fuel screws ONLY affect idle and filter...

    The fuel screws ONLY affect idle and filter should not affect those, the flow being too low. Filter flow resistance comes in at a guess of 1500-1700 rpm to begin to have effect, you are not using...
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    They are labyrinth seal type, they have no rubber...

    They are labyrinth seal type, they have no rubber diaphragms at all, the seal there is a calibrated leak. Literally breathing on them messes the slides up.

    A leak test is NOT a compression test,...
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    Those CVs do not like K&N even in the airbox, the...

    Those CVs do not like K&N even in the airbox, the slides open slower, as a result when opening slow they run richer due to increased vacuum across a smaller orifice (slide opening). Use an OEM paper...
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