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Author Topic: 1975 Honda CB360T  (Read 1823 times)

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Re: 1975 Honda CB360T
« Reply #50 on: Apr 10, 2019, 14:46:59 »
The setup I offer was for 28's on a 360 bored to 378.  Your intake velocity will be much different with a VM30, so your jets will be different as well.

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Re: 1975 Honda CB360T
« Reply #51 on: Apr 10, 2019, 15:19:48 »
just like a 2 stroker wanting to run just a little bit rich. Irk knows his shit. many races have been won on rd350's with vm28's says chuck supertune. If I were to do it right I would use them. not unhappy with the pz's I like getting 50 mpg, but vm28's are a much better choice. I mention the rd because it runs at twice the rpm's of cb360. they are the right size for your application.  the jet needle is not so important for me because i'm usually either at idle or near if not at wot. posted a teaser pic in the bob/chop section.  dirtbag challenge cb360. please leave a comment. the two white circles at the back of the cut frame are red cob led's.

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Re: 1975 Honda CB360T
« Reply #52 on: Apr 12, 2019, 14:22:48 »
Today I decided to redesign my idea a little better to help me better understand what parts I need and what changes I'll be making.
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Re: 1975 Honda CB360T
« Reply #53 on: Apr 12, 2019, 15:51:41 »
I would consider a higher fender, if you actually intend to ride off road.  Mud and rocks will jam in-between the wheel and fender and cause your front wheel to lock up, if there isn't enough space.

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Re: 1975 Honda CB360T
« Reply #54 on: Apr 12, 2019, 16:38:44 »
I'm actually keeping street tires on it, not the ones shown, and will not off-road with it. I was just feeling lazy in Photoshop, but wanted a little less janky idea to work off of. :-)