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    The header that does not break. ...

    The header that does not break.
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    If the clunking happens at the contact point even...

    If the clunking happens at the contact point even very slowly increasing brake then evidence of something loose somewhere there. A clunk is too loose evidence; closer will not clunk, there is no...
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    X2 that and he would know as he is 'the' SOHC guy...

    X2 that and he would know as he is 'the' SOHC guy here.

    Sorry for the confusion on syncing. They ALL set mechanically as that is the only physical way you can do it. What I meant was by using...
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    Most used Honda CBR600 wheels to get big tires on...

    Most used Honda CBR600 wheels to get big tires on them and then speedo works.

    If the VH pipe is the standard street one OK but if the supersport pipe they tend to crack super quick around the...
  5. Don't discount the carbon chunk idea of making...

    Don't discount the carbon chunk idea of making noise, most carbon in engines is soft and breaks up with no harm but some is super hard if it has really been heated for awhile, think about what...
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    The only way you can hang idle is the engine MUST...

    The only way you can hang idle is the engine MUST be getting air/fuel to do it. Ignition advance stuck can possibly do it.

    Throttle can snap back all day long, that does not mean it is dropping...
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    Throttle sticking or a vacuum leak. Or not all...

    Throttle sticking or a vacuum leak. Or not all carbs coming completely shut if the 4 cable type.
  8. Thread: Front Blinkers

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    http://www.cb750c.com/modules.php?name=Your_Accoun...

    http://www.cb750c.com/modules.php?name=Your_Account&redirect=viewtopic&t=301

    Go there, register for free and then find the technical documents section in forums to look up the wiring diagram....
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    Higher octane gas although it likely has ethanol...

    Higher octane gas although it likely has ethanol to do that. There is no real substitute for lead other than lead.The lead lubed the valve seats and different effect from octane which stops...
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    70-105 won't hurt, leave them in as insurance....

    70-105 won't hurt, leave them in as insurance. The plugs may take a month of daily driving if 8 and why I ran 9s, it speeds it up a little and more insurance. Sputter is what they do when the...
  11. Ignitors = spark units, the little boxes under...

    Ignitors = spark units, the little boxes under the seat above battery. Long shot but possibly your issue if one is not cutting ground on time to mess up timing. Pretty rare but nothing is impossible...
  12. Tensioner assembly maybe breaking up, I've seen...

    Tensioner assembly maybe breaking up, I've seen plenty of rubber cracking on them by 30K miles here in Texas. The rubber just won't take the heat.

    You heard the knock, we can't. Engines don't just...
  13. Thread: Headlight Yr,.?

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    I already told you what bolts right in...

    I already told you what bolts right in there..........
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    They will stay white at first then slowly color...

    They will stay white at first then slowly color brownish or tan. It takes a while. Look with a strong light up inside where the porcelain meets the steel shell, they color up in there first. One...
  15. The problem is that the fork was used on more...

    The problem is that the fork was used on more than one bike and the internal settings can be quite different for different uses and fork look identical. The calipers changed too.

    I imagine OEM...
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    No exact position, more general. They overlap...

    No exact position, more general. They overlap somewhat so one is over the other at some point to take over smoothly. As soon as the throttle plate moves in the slightest the primary (68) begins to...
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    Yes. The 'grounds' are actually grounded by the...

    Yes. The 'grounds' are actually grounded by the two spark units under the seat. If suddenly you lost one of the pulsers under the left side engine cover, well, they signal the spark units to fire by...
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    Virtually every Japanese motorcycle rear shock on...

    Virtually every Japanese motorcycle rear shock on the planet will be gas filled (nitrogen), at least until they leak down. It lowers foaming and stops internal corrosion. At least on the sealed ones,...
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    Check for key on 12 volts at the black wire on...

    Check for key on 12 volts at the black wire on bad coil not firing. Kill switch on 'run' of course.

    Has anybody ever set valves on the bike? A whopping problem, nobody does it then you lose...
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    Loose spokes to let wheel mass move around to...

    Loose spokes to let wheel mass move around to make noise?
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    If you changed wheel bearings did they fit tight...

    If you changed wheel bearings did they fit tight and did you restake the screw-in retainer so that it does not back off to loosen bearings? You remove that staking when you remove the part.

    Brake...
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    The green extra wire is just a ground, some...

    The green extra wire is just a ground, some flashers used it with 3 wires total but most dropped it to need only 2. The wire simply hangs loose in the wind on the latter. Your 'solenoid' in second...
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    If you have decided to do it there is nothing you...

    If you have decided to do it there is nothing you need to know about how much oil or where to drill, it ruins the shock anyway you go about it. So, nothing to preserve there. All you need to know is...
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    Yours and do with it what you will, but you need...

    Yours and do with it what you will, but you need to know that can be dangerous. A shock with no oil becomes a spring only and under certain road conditions it can begin to bounce repeatedly (the oil...
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    I absolutely would NOT be using any water based...

    I absolutely would NOT be using any water based cleaner there at all. Best way to wreck the labyrinth seals at carb tops there is. Any soap used there if strong enough will be heavy alkaline and eats...
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