Question about 2005 Honda CB 750
I have a 1982 Honda CB750C that I bought a while ago. it was a mess, but have been rebuilding it. It's not my first rebuild, but I am having troubles getting it to run.
I seem to have a problem with the carbs I have taken them off and cleaned them all the jets and needle jets the works I also replaced the fuel lines between the carbs. After installing them on the bike I can't get it run right at all. It runs weird, backfiring sometimes and then not stating at all others. I can tell that sometimes I'm only running on three cylinders. I have tried adjusting the pilot screws to a neutral spec ( from manual) but that didn't seem to do anything.
I got nothing left and my car just died so I'd like another form of transport. any ideas what this may be?
I have 1982 honda cb70ci have cleaned the carbes and replaced the rubber intakes and nomber three cylinder cuts in and out i can run with the choke on and runs better any body have any sugestions email me email@example.com
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: can't get my CB750to run right
You MUST synchronize the carburetors.
It is a task that involves some special tools (carb synchronizer)
Take a look on this forums:
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
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