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I have a 72cl350 No spark from right plug or very weak spark what should I replace

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Clean or replace your points first. You may need to disassemble and clean the points to make sure they are not shorting out to the frame. sometimes you have to install new points several times before they don't short. Be patient , working with Honda points can be tedious. Also consider new spark plug caps (about $5 each).

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I have a problem i just picked up a 1972 cb 350 twin cyl. the ignition switch is gone also the rectifire is missing will i be able to start this bike with out these parts i don't want to spend the money if it won't start what do i have to do

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