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Mutant
06-05-2016, 4:01 PM
Ive got a set of carbs off a 77 cb750. The seats are worn and causing it to dumb fuel out of the bottom. i took the carbs to my guy and he said the seats were toast and i need to order new ones. I CANNOT find seats anywhere for 77/78 model carbs. I can find them for earlier models, but not these.. I called a honda powerhouse dealership to see and they told me I would have to order new float bowls or something as they cannot be just changed out.... Has anyone run into this problem or know where i can buy seats?

Tattooo
06-05-2016, 4:55 PM
Ive got a set of carbs off a 77 cb750. The seats are worn and causing it to dumb fuel out of the bottom. i took the carbs to my guy and he said the seats were toast and i need to order new ones. I CANNOT find seats anywhere for 77/78 model carbs. I can find them for earlier models, but not these.. I called a honda powerhouse dealership to see and they told me I would have to order new float bowls or something as they cannot be just changed out.... Has anyone run into this problem or know where i can buy seats?

Are you talking about the needle and seat, seat????

CarloFreeze
06-06-2016, 1:08 PM
It sound like you are taking about float needles? In which case here's a link to rebuild kits and individual carb parts.

http://www.vintagecb750.com/products/6/fuel-system

Tattooo
06-06-2016, 1:41 PM
It sound like you are taking about float needles? In which case here's a link to rebuild kits and individual carb parts.

http://www.vintagecb750.com/products/6/fuel-system

I don't guess were going to hear back from him??????????? Yea a carb kit can be bought easily.... All you have to do is look........

hellbilly1932
06-08-2016, 12:50 AM
The float needle seat is a press fit non replaceable item in the later cb750 carbs that the OP has.

Westboundbiker
06-08-2016, 6:29 AM
just do what the rest of us lazy fucks do- just turn off the petcock when you get off.

CarloFreeze
06-08-2016, 6:38 AM
Yeah, but if his float needles are worn out and don't shut off the gas the carbs will keep flooding the engine when it's running.

Tattooo
06-08-2016, 6:40 AM
just do what the rest of us lazy fucks do- just turn off the petcock when you get off.

Or just cut it on a little bit when your riding...... You know like a regulator..... If it's running lean turn it on just a little more........ or cut it back if it's fludding..

Nimrod
06-08-2016, 12:39 PM
Call Kate and tell her what you need. She will hook you up.

http://www.cycleonemanufacturing.com/id298.html

Tattooo
06-08-2016, 5:21 PM
Hell carb kits are out there...... Lazy people are the ones that can't find them.............