Question about 1993 Honda CB 1000 Big 1
The 1994 CB1000's radiator cap is under the gas tank. Removing the gas tank is a bit of a project the first time you do it, but it only takes about 15 minutes once you know where all the tubes and bolts are. I found it easier to remove the fuel switch from the frame than to disconnect it from the tank too (for ease of reassembly).
If you have two guys, just take the plate off, and carefully lift up the rear of the tank without disconnecting anything, and the second guy should be able to reach in and get the cap off the radiator. You could use a funnel with a length of flexible tubing on it to add coolant. This approach would definitely require two people (unless you care to try your luck propping the gas tank up on something, which I would not suggest).
Posted on Oct 17, 2011
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