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Valve lifter 
LIFTER B,VALVE Forum Hallo
How do I see the difference between lifter A and B?
Monday, February 20, 2017 

documentos  
CB750F2 SUPERSPORT (GERMANY) Forum boa noite, alguém tem um quadro desta máquina com documentos ?
Monday, February 20, 2017 

Z50jp 12v 
CHAIN,DRIVE DID42 Forum Does anyone know if this drive chain fits a z50 12v?
Regards
Sunday, February 19, 2017 

Manillar honda Cd 175 
CD175A5 Forum Hola!!
Como es posible que el articulo: n° 53100303690, Manillar de honda cd175 K4 Tenga un precio de 56? y el articulo n°53100302700, manillar de honda Cd 175 a5 england tenga un...
Saturday, February 18, 2017 

Yamaha Fzr 400 rr 4dx 
NEEDLE SET Forum Hi I would like to know if the item coded 3tj1490J20 from a Yamaha Fzr 400 rr 4dx (carburettor item 35) comes as a pair when buying 1 , also are they definitely the needles for cylinders...
Saturday, February 18, 2017 

Shadow owners manual 
VT125C4 2004 ED/KPH Forum Does anyone know where I can get a manual for a 2004 VT125 Shadow? A PDF download or to buy a hardcopy, whatever is available.

thanks, jack
Thursday, February 16, 2017 

Re: Enquiry 
CZ100 Forum
Hi. Does anyone know of a CZ100 for sale at the moment, or better still does anyone know the whereabouts' of CZ100 436 WHN. Thanks Tom.


i have one for sale

regards
Wednesday, February 15, 2017 

Re: Re: Enquiry 
CZ100 Forum
Hi. Does anyone know of a CZ100 for sale at the moment, or better still does anyone know the whereabouts' of CZ100 436 WHN. Thanks Tom.



Hello
2 white tanks here 1963 fore sale
20k each


still for sale mail me pleaase?
Wednesday, February 15, 2017 

Re: wrong colour 
WIRING HARNESS-L.H SW Forum
ordered one and came through correctly in grey as per picture. Ordered two more but when they arrived they are black. Its no good to me as the original were grey. Black was fitted to later years bikes but not mine.


order...
Wednesday, February 15, 2017 

wrong colour 
WIRING HARNESS-L.H SW Forum ordered one and came through correctly in grey as per picture. Ordered two more but when they arrived they are black. Its no good to me as the original were grey. Black was fitted to...
Wednesday, February 15, 2017 

Crank Bearing. When to change?? 
(13315-425-003) BEARING A, CRANK Forum So looking to replace crank bearing.. Don't understand the A, B, C,.... designation. I don't' anything on bearings to say they are what they are.
Monday, February 13, 2017 

pulse generator 
GB500 TOURIST TROPHY '90 US Forum The pulse generator is no longer available for this motorcycle. Is there a Honda part that could be used as a substitute?

Thanks. Barry, in British Columbia
Sunday, February 12, 2017 

Piston size  
PISTON & CUP SET Forum Just wondering what the piston diameter is.

Thanks,
Pete
Saturday, February 11, 2017 

Re: Re: HELP........Vacuum pipes 
HOSE (ID:9XOD:13) Forum
Hi, can anyone tell me where this pipe goes to after it leaves the t'piece on the carburetors, I have just bought 2 new t'pieces because the originals were broke but don't know we're the pipes go to, do they just hang down the back of the engine or do they connect onto the air box or somewhere else. Thanks in advance.
Andy.


Not sure what bike you have.

I am rebuilding a bike (1987 Honda VF700C) which has Keihin carbs.

There are two sets of pipes connecting them (ignoring the actual petrol pipe)

One set ventilates the float chambers so are not actually vacuum. I have not connected these to the air filter as pressure changes when the engine is running would upset the fuel levels in the carbs.

If that's what they are, ventilate them to somewhere that's "out of the weather" (toolbox or something)

In my case the bike was a "California Import" fitted with emission stuff which I have junked and it left a vent pipe into the fuel tank which I have used.

If they are genuine vacuum pipes then I would imagine that they are meant to operate a fuel shut off that stops fuel flowing unless the engine is running.

The pipes will fit to somewhere between the carbs and the engine (there should be some blanking screws which are used to attach vacuum gauges to so that you can synchronise the carbs - use those)

I would imagine if that is the case, there will be open 5mm tubes already fitted and obviously "needing" something (the pipes) fitting to them.

Or, you can do what I did, blanked off the vacuum pipes and just remember to turn off the petrol.

The only other thing that they might be (if they dont actually connect to the carbs) are vent pipes for the crankcase and they should be routed into the air filter.


Hi,...
Saturday, February 11, 2017 

Re: Re: HELP........Vacuum pipes 
HOSE (ID:9XOD:13) Forum
Hi, can anyone tell me where this pipe goes to after it leaves the t'piece on the carburetors, I have just bought 2 new t'pieces because the originals were broke but don't know we're the pipes go to, do they just hang down the back of the engine or do they connect onto the air box or somewhere else. Thanks in advance.
Andy.


Not sure what bike you have.

I am rebuilding a bike (1987 Honda VF700C) which has Keihin carbs.

There are two sets of pipes connecting them (ignoring the actual petrol pipe)

One set ventilates the float chambers so are not actually vacuum. I have not connected these to the air filter as pressure changes when the engine is running would upset the fuel levels in the carbs.

If that's what they are, ventilate them to somewhere that's "out of the weather" (toolbox or something)

In my case the bike was a "California Import" fitted with emission stuff which I have junked and it left a vent pipe into the fuel tank which I have used.

If they are genuine vacuum pipes then I would imagine that they are meant to operate a fuel shut off that stops fuel flowing unless the engine is running.

The pipes will fit to somewhere between the carbs and the engine (there should be some blanking screws which are used to attach vacuum gauges to so that you can synchronise the carbs - use those)

I would imagine if that is the case, there will be open 5mm tubes already fitted and obviously "needing" something (the pipes) fitting to them.

Or, you can do what I did, blanked off the vacuum pipes and just remember to turn off the petrol.

The only other thing that they might be (if they dont actually connect to the carbs) are vent pipes for the crankcase and they should be routed into the air filter.
Saturday, February 11, 2017 

Re: Re: HELP........Vacuum pipes 
HOSE (ID:9XOD:13) Forum
Hi, can anyone tell me where this pipe goes to after it leaves the t'piece on the carburetors, I have just bought 2 new t'pieces because the originals were broke but don't know we're the pipes go to, do they just hang down the back of the engine or do they connect onto the air box or somewhere else. Thanks in advance.
Andy.


Not sure what bike you have.

I am rebuilding a bike (1987 Honda VF700C) which has Keihin carbs.

There are two sets of pipes connecting them (ignoring the actual petrol pipe)

One set ventilates the float chambers so are not actually vacuum. I have not connected these to the air filter as pressure changes when the engine is running would upset the fuel levels in the carbs.

If that's what they are, ventilate them to somewhere that's "out of the weather" (toolbox or something)

In my case the bike was a "California Import" fitted with emission stuff which I have junked and it left a vent pipe into the fuel tank which I have used.

If they are genuine vacuum pipes then I would imagine that they are meant to operate a fuel shut off that stops fuel flowing unless the engine is running.

The pipes will fit to somewhere between the carbs and the engine (there should be some blanking screws which are used to attach vacuum gauges to so that you can synchronise the carbs - use those)

I would imagine if that is the case, there will be open 5mm tubes already fitted and obviously "needing" something (the pipes) fitting to them.

Or, you can do what I did, blanked off the vacuum pipes and just remember to turn off the petrol.

The only other thing that they might be (if they dont actually connect to the carbs) are vent pipes for the crankcase and they should be routed into the air filter.
Saturday, February 11, 2017 

Re: Muffler assy 
MUFFLER ASSY (CB500-550K3) (O.E ALTERNATIVE) Forum
i had just order this system yesterday for my 1978 CB550k honda, wanted to make sure this item is going to work on my bike, also I just want to say that I am glad that I came across your web site, because I am currently reworking my bike and did not know where I could get parts for it and now I know, so you will be hearing from me from time to time Thanks so much Tom
Saturday, February 11, 2017 

Do you have Honda wire harness(32200-NLA-000)? 
HARNESS, WIRE Forum I want Honda wire harness(32200-NLA-000) 4 Qty.
Do you have this part in stock or honda warehouse?
Can you check it before me order please.
Saturday, February 11, 2017 

Re: HELP........Vacuum pipes 
HOSE (ID:9XOD:13) Forum
Hi, can anyone tell me where this pipe goes to after it leaves the t'piece on the carburetors, I have just bought 2 new t'pieces because the originals were broke but don't know we're the pipes go to, do they just hang down the back of the engine or do they connect onto the air box or somewhere else. Thanks in advance.
Andy.


Not...
Saturday, February 11, 2017 

Tank decals  
TY80A 1974/1975 Forum I have a 1974 ty 80 its completely restored less the tank decals cant find them but found someone to make them just need the dimensions can anyone help me
Thursday, February 09, 2017 

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