Question about 1982 Honda CBX
Try spraying wd40 on the rubber boots
Posted on Aug 18, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
its quite the job, you need to rotate the engine to access the carbs etc,make sure your carb to engine boots and carb to airbox boots are supple if they are hard and they probably will be it would be agood time to replace them $25 each making instalation easier. check out he web site the is a good book too purchase on the subject..
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
Just remove the lever, gently pull rubber boot out of the body, take a snap ring pliers,and remove the circlip, and pull the piston out of the body. Use the piston as a reference to install the seals correctly on the new piston. Be sure to take out the screw in the reservoir, remove the reservoir, and clean the fluid return pin hole ( Must Be Clear) , next to the large fluid feeder hole. Also using a dowel covered with a lint free cloth gently wipe out the piston sleeve being careful not to scratch the walls ( Do Not Hone The Master Cylinder or it will be ruined). Coat parts with brake fluid before reassembly in reverse order. Cover bike with plastic and put some old rags under master cylinder. Before tightening brake hose bolt, fill the master cylinder with dot 3/4 brake fluid and pump the lever until the master cylinder is pushing fluid out the end where bolt and hose are loosely connected, now tighten bolt holding the brake line on. This will aid greatly in bleeding the system.
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
SOURCE: My 1982 Honda 200e starting
With any naturally aspirated motor, aside from timing, your fuel/air mixture is crucial at part-throttle as well as at wide-open throttle and off-idle. Sounds like your running too lean on the top end and too rich at part-throttle and off-idle. You should focus on either preliminary adjustments to your carbs; rebuilding or replacing them. You may also consider re-metering and re-jetting your carbs.
Posted on Jun 08, 2011
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