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Does anyone have a link for a high quality electrical diagram? The ones I've found so far are fuzzy and hard to read.

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what kind of bike?


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I found a really clear electrical diagram for a nuclear power plant. Will that help?
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Gonna quess it's for your 750f. Don't know about a diagram but there's a neat electrical troubleshooting flowchart in here somewhere; http://www.cb1100f.net/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewforum&f=9

Took my Gixxer for a ride tonight after work, there's an F I've never noticed before sitting a block from my house. Couldn't tell it it was a 900 or a 750 it didn't have stock paint. I might see what the story is, wouldn't mind having one again.
 

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Ya sorry about the brain fart, it was a long day yesturday. Yes, it is for my 1979 cb750f. The replies gave me a good laugh this morning though.
 

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Is there a site like the one posted by snorkle for the 350 and 360 twin? Preferrably in english but spanish would be readable.

I need a part book for my cl350 race bike and cb360T
 

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about a year ago i found a site with the original 200page 250-350 shop manual for download. i printed a copy and foolishly lost the site. i do have a high res wiring diagram if you need it.

edit: i tracked down an old post of mine on another forum to and found the link. unfortunately it seems to have become searchlink site with no useful info. manualclub.com

...connoisseur of slack...

Edited by - snorkelfork on Jun 18 2007 5:13:03 PM
 

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thats perfect, thanks everyone. you should see the butcher job the PO did on this bike. Wires were wound together and stuck into a shared port on some electrical connectors.
 
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