Question about Honda CBX Motorcycles
Loosen the band clamp on both ends of the carb, remove the throttle cables and the fuel lines, if its a cv carb, remove the vacuum lines, then wiggle the carbs out of the rubber boots they are in(airbox and intake boots) . if they are mounted to eachother do not disconnect them. thats all i can give you without knowing which bike you have.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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