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Author Topic: CB350 Saving Face Restro  (Read 4368 times)

Offline mothgils

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Re: CB350 Saving Face Restro
« Reply #10 on: Feb 21, 2013, 15:05:54 »
Its a CB350 I have the vinplate and title to prove it.  The tank is off a CB, the CLs were much more rounded and were not straight on the frame like this.  I dont really see a difference in the seats between the two, other than how it looks with the offset CL tank.  The front forks have the CB shiny covers that match the bike where the CLs had rubber boots.  The pipes are obviously CL pipes, but the frame does have all of the factory holes and bolts for the pipes.  Wouldn't have thought that they would have done that but maybe they did.

Im under the impression that the original owner (prior to my father-in-law) put the high pipes on the CB.  I plan to leave them on if I can get a couple of issue straighted out


If you don't keep the high pipes, I will take them.
'74 CB550 build thread - http://dotheton.com/index.php?topic=13680.msg130739#new
'76 CB550 "Scrambler" Project Warpig - http://www.dotheton.com/forum/index.php?topic=72747.0
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CB350 Saving Face Restro
« Reply #11 on: Feb 22, 2013, 10:09:06 »
Pics of my carbs for reference. Need new ones and I mangled these trying to get them apart. Slides and fused even after a 24 hour soak in carb cleaner.

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Re: CB350 Saving Face Restro
« Reply #12 on: May 08, 2013, 11:28:45 »
Well, I pretty much sucked at documenting anything.. but the bike is pretty much at the point where I wanted it.



Im still having a few issues with fueling, while highway driving its not getting fuel down to the carbs fast enough.  Im not sure if its an issue of the inline fuel filters, with the screen on the petcock bowl or what.  Need to take one out and see if it fixes the issue and if not try the other.

Offline Fab 5 Freddy

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Re: CB350 Saving Face Restro
« Reply #13 on: Jul 02, 2013, 18:02:20 »
Chop chop chop!!!
Definitely NOT a "hardcore mechanic" like most of you guys. Just a regular plumber/welder from NY that does not have the luxury of a garage. (So all my work is done either in my apartment or right on the street.)