Question about 1985 Honda CB 700 SC Nighthawk
There is a one way clutch that grabs onto a smooth cylinder on the side of a large gear inside the motor. The smooth barrel surface is damaged or chattered so the one-way clutch will not grab on the side of what Honda calls the "starting sprocket". A chain connects the starting sprocket to a smaller sprocket that has the starters spline plugged into it. The chattered surface does not allow the three small barrels of the starter clutch to grab and turn the motor over. The sprocket runs about $70 and the gasket runs about $30. This is an internal motor part so you will have to take apart the motor to get to it. If you go to bikebandit.com you can look at the microfiche for the motor and see the parts you are looking for.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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