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Official Honda CB750 Build Diary - Stages 8 - 14 Options
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#1 Posted : 25 September 2014 19:57:29
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#2 Posted : 04 October 2014 19:57:49

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Pack 03 contains Stages 8-10

Stage 8 contains Headlight parts and two reflectors.

Prepare the Headlight LED by holding the indicator wires in place and gently pulling the wire untill it is clear of the headlight housing. Then gently curve the wire at the back of the LED untill a neat bend is achieved. Next gently pull the headlight LED wire from the conector end untill the LED sits against the rear of the main headlight unit.

Take the headlight reflector making sure the wide cutout is at the top and fit it into the headlight cover making sure the LED comes through the central hole and it is seated against the projections in the headlight cover. The headlight lens like the reflector has cut outs make sure the wide cut out is at the top and fit in place.

The headlight rim comes in two parts and must be assembled correctly by aligning the projections on the outer rim with the cutouts on the inner rim part. Once the inner rim is fully home turn it clockwise about 1cm. Align the cutouts on the headlight housing with the rim projections and push gently home and then turn it clockwise a few millimetres to lock in place.

Next remove the backing paper from one of the reflectors, line it up with the clean mount and push home making sure it is central. Place a base over the rear pin and insert the pin into the hole on the fork cover.

Repeat to fit the right-hand reflector.

This concludes Stage 8, store any assembled parts safely in a bag labeled with the stage number until needed.

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#3 Posted : 04 October 2014 20:03:44

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Stage 9

Stage 9 contains, Front brake parts, screws, front axle and cross wrench.

Take caliper parts 'A' and 'B' and align the pins with the holes and push together, then take the assembled caliper and line up the holes to fit it to the left fork . Make sure the caliper is fitted corectly and is flush with the forks.

Next take the front wheel from stage 2 and the brake disk line up the projection on the disc with the notch and press together.

This concludes Stage 9, store any assembled parts in a bag labeled with the stage number until needed.
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#4 Posted : 04 October 2014 20:10:59

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Stage 10

Stage 10 contains, Front fender, stays, screws and an allen key.

There are 4 holes that will need tapped at the base of the forks to make ready for the following assembly. Use the cross wrench provided in Stage 9 to help with the tapping.The best way to tap the holes is to place the screw in the wrench then place in the hole and give a quarter turn, turn back to clear the debris then turn forward again by a quarter turn. Do this slowly and you should get a nice clean cut every time. Dont forget to clear the holes of any debris after the cutting process.

Next remove the caliper fitted in the last stage and place to one side then take the fender and the caliper holder. Place the caliper holder on the fender and use a type 'L' screw in the left hand hole to fix in place , use the wrench to do this.

Place the fender between the forks and line it up with the top four holes then using the type 'K' screws with the Allen key to screw into position. Replace the caliper and use one type 'N' and one type 'O' screw to fix in place. The fender stays are fitted next, line them up with the fender using the projections and then use the four type 'C' screws to place in position using the wrench.

Take the front wheel and carefully insert between the forks making sure the brake disc goes into the slot of the caliper. Then align the wheel with the fork and insert the front axle then tighten the nut to hold everything in place.

This concludes Stage 10, store any assembled parts safely in a bag labeled with the stage number until needed.
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#5 Posted : 13 October 2014 20:03:51

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Pack 04 contains Stages 11-14

Stage 11 contains Overflow tubes, tappet caps, float chamber, choke rod and lever

The four tappet caps are fitted to the cylinder head the same way they were fitted in Stage 7, make sure they are pushed fully home.

Next take the Float chamber and insert one of the overflow tubes into the first hole, do the same for the other three overflow tubes. You may need to add a little superglue to the inside of the float chamber to keep them in place.

This concludes Stage 11, store any assembled/ unused parts safely in a plastic bag until needed.

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#6 Posted : 13 October 2014 20:17:21

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Stage 12

Stage 12 contains Throttle bodies A, top cap, throttle body B, stop screw, choke levers and choke rod.

Take one of the throttle bodies' A 'and a top cap push them together until seated properly, repeat for the other cap. Next take the throttle body 'B' and locate the semi-circular holes at the top, these will match up with the studs on the bottom of throttle body 'A', line them up and push home do the same for the second throttle body 'A'.

Prepare the float chamber that was assembled in the previous stage, line it up with the projections and push home making sure they are seated correctly. Locate the hole at the side of the throttle body and carefully push the stop screw into it. Do this gently as it is a delicate part.

This concludes Stage 12, store any assembled/ unused parts in a plastic bag until needed.
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#7 Posted : 13 October 2014 20:22:53

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Stage 13

Stage 13 contains, Throttle body's 'A', top caps, stop screw, choke rod and choke levers 'B'and 'C'.

Combine the throttle body's 'A' with the caps then add them to the final two holes in throttle body 'B' . Then take the stop screw and place it in the hole in the throttle body and push gently home.

Place all the choke rods that were supplied with Stages 11 and 12 with those from this Stage. Connect the rods together by inserting the pin through the hole secure in place using a choke lever. Take the last rod and insert it onto the pin and again secure with a choke lever, then take the last choke lever and add it to the rod so you have three in a row and an empty one. The last choke lever has no pin attach it to the final pin on the rod.

Retrieve the carburettor assembly and line up the choke assemble with the holes in throttle body's 'A' and carefully insert the rods into the holes, when all is lined up push them gently into place. Last of all take the choke lever and push it through the choke lever and into the throttle body.

This concludes Stage 13, store any assembled parts in a plastic bag until needed.
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#8 Posted : 13 October 2014 20:35:52

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Stage 14

Stage 14 contains the lower left silencer inner and outer, connecting tubes and screws.

Take the connecting tube and line it up matching the 'D' shaped projections and push home until seated correctly, do the same for the other connecting tube.
Next, take the exhaust parts and use a 'P' type screw to tap the four holes on the inside of the outer silencer after you have finished taping ensure all metal shavings are removed. Align the two halves of the silencer and push together then use some masking tape to hold them together.

This concludes Stage 14, store any assembled parts safely in a plastic bag until needed.
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