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"
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
A short film of my son's project Honda 650 rebuild.
83 Suzuki GS1100E carb cleaning
After not running for about 5 years decided to try and clean the varnish
out of the carbs myself. I ended up having to remove the carbs twice to get
them cleaned out right!
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
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.