I am rebuilding my carbs from an '82 Honda Nighthawk and I can't seem to figure out where to get a carb rebuild kit... From the image I think they are Keihin VB-22G carbs. Anyone got a idea of where to find the kit?
You didn't say you had a 450, so how was I to know. You can still get you kit there. I know a lot of people bitch about buying on Ebay. I have been dealing there for years and all the large companies products can be found there for good deals. The places you go to to buy parts are probably dealing them on Ebay also and for less money than if you walked in their store.
2. Rebuild kits (on ebay and elsewhere non honda) are often questionable. many have wrong jets or just otherwise only half the parts fit. Good news is most things inside carbs don't really wear. So teh typical things you want to change are the o-rings that seal float bowl (so they don't leak) , needle / needle valve depending. Potentially other seals or o-rings. Most other things you can just clean.
-others can and maybe will add to my list of recommended replaceables. But often you can clean a carb without replacing anything.
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Is anyone running an older DR650 as a stripped down trail bike or desert sled?
I am currently working on one, and trying to find a good exhaust, tire and seat setup. Open to input and suggestions.
In general, will mounting tires sized (110/90 -18F) and (120/90 – 18R) make a difference one way or another if a bike has tire/rim sizes to accept (100/90 -18 F) and (110/90 – 18 R) stock by the manufacturer? No clearance issues being a prerequisite.
Working on a bike that has a sorted history. Don't know any more about the motor other than it is a '83 or '84 CB or CM 450. Trying to figure out if we need a CDI when rewiring with a Motogadget M Unit?
Would appreciate help as we try to determine a wiring diagram.