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Need a breakdown for carb removal on a 1982 750 Magna

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Will racing fuel mixed with 93 octain gas help the hesitation on my1994 750c vfour honda magna? thx...

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Go to and you can look at the breakdown on fiche.....

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I have 83 750 magna carbs fouilin plugs

Hi, Anonymous and the usual suspects are:
1. Fuel mixture too rich or enrichner left out too long.
2. Incorrect spark plugs for your kind of service.
3. Piston rings badly worn or broken.
4. Valve guides are badly worn and/or seals worn, crushed or have come off valve guide and pump oil through it.
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My bike sit for 2 months and now it won't start.

Yes the fuel can get old sitting in the carbs, as they are vented.
With luck you may be able to open the drain screws on the bottom of each carb and drain the bad fuel and it may start.( a squirt of aerostart fluid may help it fire)
Sometimes when fuel dries out in carbs it leaves a residue which can block jets, this needs the bowls removed and cleaned.
Charge up the battery while you do this, as i have had batteries that put out enough amps to spin the starter motor, but this drags the voltage down and the electronic ignition wont fire.

May 04, 2010 | 1997 Honda VF 750 C Magna

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My 96 magna starts, but wont rev up. I installed new plugs, drained the carbs, blew the fuel lines,changed the gas,checked all vacume lines,removed the air cleaner,& blew air through the top bowl...

put air cleaner back in the airbox as it is needed to create proper vacuum.blowing pressurized air into the openings on the carb could cause the float needle valve to stick to the seat.make sure your control cables are not in a bind, make sure fuel flows to the carb with pressure from pump (not just gravity feed)

Mar 18, 2010 | 1996 Honda VF 750 C Magna

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Im not sure if my honda magna is carb or fuel injected how do i find out name is Keith...and to answer your have a VDD2 electronic fuel injection system on your bike..i hope this has helped

Jul 08, 2009 | 1996 Honda V-Twin Magna

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Magna 750 carb bowl blocked

sorry but you're going in. the float needle sound like they are plugged. the best way to go is to pull the carbs and clean them out. Don't adjust anything! Then I would recomend installing an inline fuel filter

Jun 21, 2009 | 1994 Honda VF 750 C Magna

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Carb removal from 1994 VF750C Honda Magna

You should probably get a service manual.
As I recall: Remove seat, gas tank, side covers and brackets, and plastic things in front corners of frame. Take off rubber intake thingy and slide out air filter cover toward the left side (it's a ***** because of the flap in front). Loosen metal intake housing plate, rotate and remove intake horns being careful not to bend the horns or drop screws down carb throats. Slide plate out.
All four carbs come off as one assembly. There are four rubber tubes connecting it to the engine. Loosen the hose clamps on the tubes and gently pry the carb assembly up. Find safe points on the carbs to pry where you won't break anything, and be gentle. If it hasn't come off before it will take some going from corner to corner till it comes out of the rubber tubes.
You can clean the jets without disassembling the "quad pack".
I put a little oil on the tubes to reassemble. Getting the horns back in is a bit tricky. The plate goes on loose, then they slide into the carbs and rotate as I recall. Good luck

Jun 21, 2009 | 1994 Honda VF 750 C Magna

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Magna engine surges

The carbs may need to be cleaned. Try running seafoam in the tank first and see if that clears some of it up. The slow jets may be plugged up inside the carbs. If the snorkel had been removed from the airbox, it could cause siminlar problems as well. have you changed the spark plugs yet? be sure to check out the Honda Magna forums for more info:

Feb 27, 2009 | 1999 Honda V-Twin Magna

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