I had trouble at first but after I removed the 2 rubber boots connected to the airbox I was able to remove the carb. I hope to finish by cleaning up the carb next week. I miss riding my 650.
Music: "Denise at 16"
First video with Nighthawk 650sc
Just messing around with a cheap camera. Riding down a curvy little
backroad. I was leaning into the curves quite a bit so the bike, with the
camera on it, stays relatively upright.
Excuse the poorly done u-turn. I was messing with the camera
1984 Honda Nighthawk 650 exhaust mod
This video was made for a quick response in a forum!
If you have a nighthawk join or browse the forum.
1984 Honda Nighthawk
4 holes drilled in both baffles
Sounds a little more meaner.... cost was free, can't beat that
The video camera ran out of memory and cut it. I will have to make another
one soon, plus it's 40 degrees right now.
Honda Rebel / Nighthawk CARBURETOR REBUILD 101
BE READY to click PAUSE as we flip through the pictures of my CMZ250's
carburetor being rebuilt for the Red Baron. These pictures should aid you
in the rebuild of your own IF you have never done it before. Basic tools
and simple cleaning solutions used. This is by no means HARD - YouTubes new
"annotations" bubbles will be used to describe what's going on so bear with
me as I add them ok??.. -Rob
Cleaning Cb750SC carbs
This is for someone who had asked -- from the video he sent me his carbs
are the same as mine - mine is an 83 CB750SC twin cammer. Carbs are pretty
universal Honda/Kehin fare for the era.. On the nighthawk to pull em -- I
just push the rubber boots into the airbox, then wiggle the carbs out up
and down gently (of course after removing all 8 clamps) -- to get them
back in I rub motor oil on the intake boots (engine side) and rub a little
oil on the snouts of the carbs so it's an easy in. Generally I'll have the
intake boots all the way out before re-mounting the carbs and if they are
too brittle that I am afraid to work them into the airbox and over the
carbs with the carbs already in place ... I'll replace em ... there is a
bolt at the top of the airbox that lets you slide it back a little- that
makes life a lot easier ... Hope it helps the dude out
How to Replace a Manifold : How to Remove the Carburetor from a Motorcycle
Learn how remove the carburetor from a motorcycle for repair work with
expert automotive tips in this free online motorcycle maintenance and
repair video clip.
Expert: Brian Radatz
Bio: Brain Radatz along with his partner, Greg Nelemans are the owners of
the brand new "The Ride Factory" In Ybor City, Florida.
Filmmaker: Bob Hunt
How to adjust motorcycle carburetor floats.
Just a quick demonstration of an easy way to adjust your motorcycle carb
floats. If you are experiencing overflowing carbs, or if your bike is a
little hesitant to take off when you flick the throttle, it might be time
to doublecheck your float heights.