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I submitted a problem with my CB750 Carbs I got a reply from Bike Doc requesting info on bike. According to Honda Ireland the bike is a CB750CB for the *** Market and imported into the US then into Ireland. It is Badged as a CB750 Custom Exclusive.I tried to reply to Bike Doc but kept getting rejected

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Fix.ya has made it hard to respons to 'solved problems' for reasons unknown to me, but probably related to reducing unprofitable chit-chat at the site. This comment is for your CB400/4.

Thank you for the 4 thumbs up and the kind words.

In this country, "official" owned vehicles, (federal, state, county or muni owned) are frequently are not 'titled' in the traditional sense, being owned 'by the peope'. As such, the same idea applies, the vehicle year is the 'year in which first titled', though it is not 100% universal in its application in all juresdictions. I surmise this is the reason for the discrepancy in your Yamaha title.

Looking at your assorted questions, you seem to be a motorcycle buff. What a nice hobby ... Good luck in your building - rebuilding efforts.

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  • A Miller Aug 09, 2010

    Good morning ... as promised, but in the wrong place (FixYa.com removed the 'comment' feature from the CB-400/4 premium question you posted), here is the response from my friend in HI:

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    Not sure if this is a later model with no connection to the CB400/4 I have in my living room, but mine--styled like a cafe racer--was ONLY built as a '75/'76/'77 model.

    Here's a UK site that might help your pal;
    http://www.cb400f.btinternet.co.uk/links...

    AND ANOTHER:
    http://boardreader.com/thread/Cb400f_5rr...

    AND ANOTHER:
    http://www.caferacer.net/forum/topic.asp...

    Given the love for cafe racing in Europe, this model MIGHT have been continued for the UK AFTER it was discontinued in the US in 1977,
    resulting in an '80 model, OR it is a completely different bike. I have no other explanation.

    I trust this will be of some help.



    Thanks again for using FixYa.com

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Dont understand the question.Whats wrong with the carbs?

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