Question about Honda CB 100 Motorcycles
I would remove the carb and then the float bowl, jets and fittings and soak the carb and parts in de-natured alcohol for an hour. The alcohol will dissolve varnish buildup from dried fuel. Have a thin wire on hand to aid in clearing fuel circuits in the carb body. The wire on a service tag such a used on Stihl chainsaws works well. Now use a spray carb cleaner to spray into every fitting and hole in the carb body. Spray into both ends of each circuit. Wear gloves and goggles. Done properly, this and a new spark plug should do the trick. Set the spark plug gap to .30
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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