I mistakenly put this question in the General Discussion Forum.
Guy who owned this bike dis-assembled it to replace the belt & clean the carb, had a stroke, and never reassembled it. Now, two years later, he has sold it to me. The carb was already removed. I've cleaned the jets (all clogged up) and reassembled it, but now I need to plug in all of the air lines. The Honda shop manual doesn't address it any detail and the illustrated parts breakdown from Honda is no help. Does anyone out there know what goes where?
How many lines? Fuel feed line is one,,,then there's a bowl drain that goes on the spigot on the bottom for draining the bowl for service so you don't dump fuel all over the engine,,then there's a vent on top of the bowl area,,then either off the intake manifold there should be a line going to the auto fuel valve ,,,that should just about wrap it up I would think
Thank you for responding! I've figured out the fuel inlet (It's bigger than the rest) the bowl drain (Pretty obvious), and the carburetor heater inlet and outlet running to the radiator and radiator cap. There are three more that I don't know where they go.
When I get a chance, (within the next 3 or 4 days) I'll look them up for you... I should be able to help; owning 5 scooters with that kind of engine... 4 Honda Reflex scooters and a Big Ruckus.
Oh, just to clarify about the carb heater hoses, 1 hose comes to the carb from the top of the crankcase and the other goes from the carb to the radiator fill as you described. And it doesn't really matter which nipple you use for inlet or outlet from the carb heater... it is just a simple pass through block for the heated coolant to warm the body of the carb.
Last Edit: Jun 26, 2019 1:10:58 GMT -6 by bandito2
Southeast Michigan Dark Side Rider 4 Honda Reflex scooters & a FSC600A Silverwing Originator of the "Darkside" Honda Reflex. "Yeah dude, that IS a car tire there on the back of my scooter." Sometimes I'm so far outside of the box, the Hubble telescope can't find me