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Author Topic: 1983 Honda Sabre Bobber  (Read 3991 times)

Offline rusche

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Re: 1983 Honda Sabre Bobber
« Reply #10 on: Apr 21, 2014, 21:43:56 »
Also, to avoid future cam problems, there are several modifications available to aid in top end oiling.

http://www.v4market.com/Lube-Two-Line-Oil-Mod_p_156.html


Offline tenseventythree

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Re: 1983 Honda Sabre Bobber
« Reply #11 on: Apr 22, 2014, 00:39:25 »

Love my V45, but not always working on it.   ::)

Lots of good info on www.v4musclebike.com

I've gone through a few spark boxes, working on adapting a V65 Dynatek on mine.

http://home.comcast.net/~tjhafner/V4-spark.htm

^ this guy just started producing replacement spark boxes, good reviews so far.

I've got a crashed 82 Sabre thats torn down into many pieces, if you find yourself in need of something PM me.
Thanks I'll keep you in mind


1969 Suzuki M15-2
1971 Honda CB350
2012 Triumph Bonneville T100
1967 Suzuki M15
1969 VW Karmann Ghia
1974 Honda CL360 Scrambler
2012 Triumph Bonneville T100

Offline tenseventythree

  • Posts: 51
Re: 1983 Honda Sabre Bobber
« Reply #12 on: Apr 27, 2014, 17:38:10 »
Ok I discovered that in addition to lining up the timing marks that correspond to the pair of cylinders and lowering the valve lifters, it helps if one releases the chain tension on the tensioner with a long screwdriver. The cams just snap in after that.
There needs to be an idiot's forum with baby steps.
So yeah.


1969 Suzuki M15-2
1971 Honda CB350
2012 Triumph Bonneville T100
1967 Suzuki M15
1969 VW Karmann Ghia
1974 Honda CL360 Scrambler
2012 Triumph Bonneville T100