Question about 1976 Honda GL 1000 (K1)
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If the carb rack is fully built up:
1) remove the air cutoff valve from behind the #1 carb. Be careful not to loose the two O rings.
2) remove the CV caps (and springs) from the two right hand carbs
3) the rack will now slide in from the left side. Re-fit the caps and the cut off valve once it's roughly in place and it's easier to attach the throttle cable at this point too.
4) Carefully fit the large O rings between the heads and the intake trumpets: It's very easy to have them fall down into the cylinder head ports!! Use some Vaseline on them if necessary to stick them in place (NOT GREASE!)
5) attach the choke cable and the fuel line to the fuel pump.
6) go over everything and check it. Make sure that the bands on the rubber inlet boots are tight.
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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