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  1. mydlyfkryzis

    New electrical set up, no spark doesn't even turn over

    Well, start from the basics...Does the battery have a charge? is 12.6 volts going to one post of the solenoid? are the fuses good (if you have them). with the key on, 12V should go to one wire (the smaller ones) on the solenoid. if so, grounding the other wire will cause the solenoid to...
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    1976 CB360t Slightly modded, restored to roadworthiness - Workin' on Beauty

    I haven't updated here in a while....I had some health issues last year and wasn't riding or wrenching. This year a little more riding. Sophie has been reliable and hasn't needed anything but gas and oil.... I finally had a little time to some other upgrades , so today I replaced the old fuse...
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    "Cafe Racer" such a loose term! Craigslist "Gem" of the week!

    Re: "Cafe Racer" such a loose term! Craigslist "Gem" of the week! Don't worry. He will get some rfy China shocks to replace them. The rfy shocks look better. Lol
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    1962 BSA DBD34 Gold Star restoration (1000 miles and more)

    I think you forgot "some bleeding" too.
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    "Cafe Racer" such a loose term! Craigslist "Gem" of the week!

    Re: "Cafe Racer" such a loose term! Craigslist "Gem" of the week! The guy is making the bike handle poorly and go slower. That is the exact meaning of converting a racer into a cafe racer.
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    CB360 Bronze Swingarm Bushings

    As long as the flange on the bushings are against the swingarm, the bronze bushings are good. The bushing is captured between the swingarm and frame by the flange, so they don't need that inner lip. The plastic OEM could be driven too deep, bending the flange, so the lip was needed for them...
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    "Cafe Racer" such a loose term! Craigslist "Gem" of the week!

    Original Possible adjustment: I have a 1989? Honda?VTR250 Interceptor. it was running fine. Really fun to ride. I took gas tank off and seat to paint it. Was gonna paint it army green like a bobber, but just lost interest in motorcycle. More of a car guy. I do not have the title. it never came...
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    Dime City Mini Gauge Speedo/Diode Wiring - CB360

    The original indicator actually has 2 "Hot" wires. When you put the left signal on, the 12V goes to the indicator on one side of the the bulb and "grounds through the right side blinkers (right through the bulbs). The 2 signal bulbs are low enough resistance to ground, that they act as a...
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    CB360 Front Drum Conversion

    Also, you need to check the axle. The 350 had a narrower fork on the early ones. The early axle is too short for a cb360 fork.....
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    CB360 Front Drum Conversion

    Up to 69 the 350 had a switch built into the cable, 70 on had the switch on the lever mount. The cb360 always had the switch on the lever mount for drums, hydraulic switch for the disc.
  11. mydlyfkryzis

    CB360 Front Drum Conversion

    You need the front hub and axle, right front controls (for the cable brake line), the brake cable, all the little parts for the front brake stay. You can either respoke your existing wheel to the drum hub, or get a whole wheel and hub....A bit of work. You also should know how to set uop the...
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    Dime City Mini Gauge Speedo/Diode Wiring - CB360

    The "1N4003" in the bottom right of the schematic are the 2 diodes. The 2 wires that go to the old indicator lamp each get a diode, and the output from the 2 diodes are put together. That single wire goes to the indicator wire/lamp on your gauge.
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    1976 Honda CB360T - The first step is admitting I have a problem build

    If your stock CB360 needs 93 octane, something is wrong....Runs best on 87 octane stock.
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    1976 Honda CB360T - The first step is admitting I have a problem build

    You might need to change the title of the thread to "Worst CB750 Ever"
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    Headlight wiring diode getting very hot. Help needed

    You may have the headlight wired wrong....or you have a bad ground. There are 3 connectors for the headlight. The green is common, white low beam, blue high beam , on my schematic. So if you have a 3 prong connector, looking from the back, the ground is on the right. If you swap the...
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    Headlight wiring diode getting very hot. Help needed

    Is this on a motorcycle? A make, model and year would allow for better help. You probably have a bad ground or mis-wired the signals. Since we don;t know if the bike is stock wiring or not, it is hard to even guess. Some bikes have front running lights and signals (dual element bulb)...
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    Using 12v micro indicators, 6v system

    Green/Black/Gray wire onm most Honda's are the turn signal flasher....That is about the right size and right wires for it.... Go here: http://oldmanhonda.com/MC/WiringDiagrams/MCwiring.php#class He has a CD175 Schematic there.....You may have to screen capture it to print it, but it is a...
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    Using 12v micro indicators, 6v system

    Would help to know the model and year of your bike...
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    standard settings for CB360 carb

    You have the CJ360 carbs on it then. They are the later model. They actually use 2 turns out for a start point, but since you got it running, you can adjust for best point.
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    standard settings for CB360 carb

    What is the model of the carbs? There are at least three different settings, they have slightly different model numbers. 745A 1 &1/8 TURNS OUT 745B 749A 750A 754A 1 & 5/8 TURNS OUT 747A 1 & 3/4 TURNS OUT
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