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  1. Me! Me! While I still have a 750!

    Me! Me! While I still have a 750!
  2. Thread: New Member

    by pidjones
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    Welcome, neighbor! There is a great carb manual...

    Welcome, neighbor! There is a great carb manual here: http://www.cb750c.com/publicdocs/SeanG/Honda_Carb_Manual_revG.pdf (might need to register). Carbs aren't really hard, just finiky and be...
  3. Ended up making a new under-cowl piece for it out...

    Ended up making a new under-cowl piece for it out of wrecked GL1800 plastic from the local dealer. All togethrr now and listed on Craigslist and Facebook Marketplace. It is exciting to ride, but att...
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    About 3 miles North of Clinton on the North side...

    About 3 miles North of Clinton on the North side of Black Oak Ridge. I had my GL1000 valve seats ground at Claxton Automotive Machine Shop. Bought the CB750F in Hieskel.
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    Adjust the cam chain tensioners and balance the...

    Adjust the cam chain tensioners and balance the carbs. That should smooth it out.
  6. From Partzilla for this part: This...

    From Partzilla for this part:

    This Honda*16050-443-701 SPRING, VACUUM PISTON*fits the following models and components:

    Honda Motorcycle 1979 CB750L A Carb. Component Parts

    Honda Motorcycle...
  7. You might try the Classified section, or search...

    You might try the Classified section, or search ebay for "cb750 carb piston spring".
  8. Thread: Moving bike

    by pidjones
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    Depends on how soft the soil is, if the snow is...

    Depends on how soft the soil is, if the snow is cleared. Make sure you have good footing!
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    I once changed the oil in a Penton's forks. Made...

    I once changed the oil in a Penton's forks. Made the mistake of removing the drain plug without making sure first that it was vented. Shot fork oil all the way across the room, and it smelled like...
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    This has the best insructions you will ever find...

    This has the best insructions you will ever find for the dohc carbs: http://www.cb750c.com/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=13611
  11. 27 year-old bike. How does the inside of the tank...

    27 year-old bike. How does the inside of the tank look? Fuel line have an inline filter? A carb clean is wasted if you don't make sure the fuel stays clean going to it. Is the battery being charged?...
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    My '79 F, and the parts diagram for your '81 K...

    My '79 F, and the parts diagram for your '81 K have one plastic (vent) and one aluminum (fuel supply) tee....
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    Good job! All 4 firing equally is a major plus! ...

    Good job! All 4 firing equally is a major plus!

    I've not had any problems getting GL1000 forks apart (my CB had Kawasaki leading axle forks that were tossed) - although you need to use an air...
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    Proximity to the coast has nothing to do with...

    Proximity to the coast has nothing to do with carb mixture. Altitude does to some extent. However, if it is as-stock, it should be fine. An 82/83 might just need cleaning. You can try running a...
  15. Yesterday was very nice, so I took the Rocket for...

    Yesterday was very nice, so I took the Rocket for my favorite local loop ~50 miles. Ran great, brakes working well. The front still feels a tad spongy, but it stops well and is very predictable. Rear...
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    There is a great rebuild pdf that you really must...

    There is a great rebuild pdf that you really must get. I have found in/out easier with the insulators heated. This also helps to prevent cracking old ones (use heat gun or hair drier). A ratchet...
  17. Thread: Hose,.?

    by pidjones
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    They seal by o-rings to the carbs.

    They seal by o-rings to the carbs.
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    Were there only Ks in '72?

    Were there only Ks in '72?
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    Either float valve sticking (or junk in the...

    Either float valve sticking (or junk in the seat), or overflow pipe cracked. To identify the culprit, replace the drain lines with clear tubing. Carbs usually all have to come off to fix, however....
  20. Thread: Hose,.?

    by pidjones
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    Please state the specific bike, but most of the...

    Please state the specific bike, but most of the between-carb connections are aluminum or plastic.
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    The air line at the top between tubes is to...

    The air line at the top between tubes is to balance the pressure. Very hard to get them right separately. It may have fork oil in it from foaming.
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    Welcome, and good luck!

    Welcome, and good luck!
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    http://www.cb750c.com/modules.php?name=Forums&file...

    http://www.cb750c.com/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=13611
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    Which bike? There are numerous great photos of...

    Which bike? There are numerous great photos of the linkages, springs, and how they connect on a dohc in the carb rebuild manual available on most forums.
  25. Thread: New project

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    Rusted cable?

    Rusted cable?
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