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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, your plug number for an NGK plug is D8ESL As far as the plug socket size it is a 13/16 deep well socket. The gap should be set at .07-.08mm.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
SOURCE: manual for engene
You will need to download the Service Manual. You can find it at:
It's in 6 parts. They are all there and your information is in them.
Good luck with your rebuild!
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
make sure kill switch is not killing spark even in the run position. Chech all fuses (test them) make sure power to and from coil is there. the CDI is not repairable but could need replacing.(not sure if the cb 100 has this with points) is the condenser good? if it is it can be charged and discharged with a mulitmeter.(use ohms resistance to charge it and volts dc to read as it discharges CAREFUL it can BITE)
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
You have to remove the cylinder head covers to see the other 2. They're a pain to ge out. I still haven't been able to remove mine.
Posted on May 24, 2010
SOURCE: my 1974 honda cb 200t
You have disturbed the settings of the fuel air mixture and so there is flooding in the cylinder. Now it is possible that the air screw and the idling screw was turned.
remove plug and pump out all the excess flooding by kick starter. Once all the fuelis dispelled turn the screw fully into and then unscrew about one and half times. This must be done for the air screw . The idling screw can be kept about one turn out.
Now start the engine and use the throttle screw to put the engine idle higher than idling speed. now turn the air screw to give a stable point --it will be around this settings.
once done correct the idling and set to correct ticking of the engine. make sure that the timing is correct, the plug gaps are set right.
Posted on Jul 08, 2011
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