Question about Honda CB 350 F0 Motorcycles
Take the carbs off the bike, then take them apart.
Unscrew the jets from the carbs.
The jets have a long brass needle that moves up
and down when you twist the throttle.
The jets have three sets of holes, idle orifaces, midrange, and
Take a very fine piece of wire and poke through each oriface to
Hold the jet up to your eye so you can see through each oriface.
Check to make sure float level is correct.
It's best to replace the float needle.
The needle will have a rubber tip on it.
If you do this, your bike will be good to go.
I hope I have helped you.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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