Question about 1987 Honda VF 750 C Super magna
I dont know if this is a normal problem with this bike or not I just got the bike over the winter Im tryin to make it into a nice bike I thought changing the motor would solve my problems ..Any advice about these bikes and how to fix this would be helpfull Thanks Dan
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Good news > save your money on the clutch. Bad news > Invest it in new shift forks. What you describe is a standard symptom of bent shift forks. Sorry to be the one to tell you this.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
if you rebuilt your carburetors you have made a mistake when you reassembled them a carb must sprsy a fine mist of "dry" fuel into the engine intake your carbs are flooding you need to check your fuel floats , jets and, don't forget to check the power piston circuit and, balance (sync) your carbs on the bike when you're done
your chuch is fine if you did not touch it
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
the gear box is not separate on the honda rebel, which means it is using motor oil. chaning oil is the best thing you can do, although you may also want to check your linkage. probably needs to come off, get scrubbed clean, and lubed with a bit of grease.
rebels are famous for their hard to find neautrals.
ALSO! when moving, try pulling your clutch in and slightly revving your engine right before you shift into neautral. this will disengage some safety device the purpose of which i do not understand.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
SOURCE: 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:
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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