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Author Topic: Looking for a digital copy of th "1978 Honda CB750K8 CB750F3 Service Manual"  (Read 1727 times)

Offline jongreenlaw

  • Posts: 7
04' CBR600F4i (sold...wifey made me)
78' CB750k (her father's that he bought new so we cant sell it ;)

Offline djmaynard

  • Posts: 207
Klymers is the best route. They'll walk you through everything. Great investment

Offline jongreenlaw

  • Posts: 7
Coyote, without the $ for plugs and what not, I did get A feeler gauge and did my time points and valve space. The bike runs off choke wonderfully! I rode with my wife today and the bike barely stumbles at all. I'm going to adjust the mixture screws again and ride like that until I can afford a proper tuneup. Thank you for the advice! It runs so nice right now!


04' CBR600F4i (sold/got married)
78' CB750k (wife came around)
04' CBR600F4i (sold...wifey made me)
78' CB750k (her father's that he bought new so we cant sell it ;)