Question about 1971 Honda CB 100
What do you need to do to replace a return spring on a Honda cb 100 kick starter?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That a loaded question,how can I tell you what to replace without seeing the bike .The normal thing if a bikes been standing for a long time is tyres and oil /petrol .brake lines any rusty parts I/E bolts and nuts .Brake pads or shoes .And a carb stripp down .and petrol tank flush out
Posted on Apr 14, 2010
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 don't have to split the case to replace kick starter shaft,and you don't have to remove motor,drain oil,remove kicker,then side cover.really not that hard,go for it,you will learn alot.
Posted on Feb 21, 2011
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