Deluxe Tune Up Kit - Honda CB350F

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Deluxe Tune up kit for the Honda CB350F four. Whether you're doing routine maintenance or reviving a CB that's been sitting, this is a great deluxe kit to get your bike healthy again. It comes with everything shown in the photo. The oil filter comes with both o-rings.

Kit Includes:

  • Oil Filter - Quantity: 1
  • Points and Condensers - Quantity: 2 points, 2 condensers
  • NGK Spark Plugs - D8EA - Quantity: 4
  • Carburetor Rebuild Kit - Quantity 4
  • NGK Spark Plug Caps - XD05F & VD05F - Quantity 2 of each
  • Air Filter - Quantity 1

Each Carburetor Kit Includes:

  • 1.8 Needle Valve & Seat
  • D22 Needle & e Clip
  • Air Adjustment Screw & Spring
  • Main Jet #75
  • Slow Jet #35
  • Top Cover Gasket
  • Shaped Float Bowl Gasket
  • o-rings
  • Emulsion Tube

Tips:

  • Don't lose the metal washer that sits on the spring under the oil filter. Usually it sticks to the old oil filter. If yours is already missing, we have them available here. Coat both o-rings with fresh oil before reinstalling.
  • Pick tools are handy for removing the small o-ring on the oil filter bolt, we have them available here.
  • Don't overtighten spark plugs, they only need 1/8 to 1/4 turn past finger tight. NGK plugs come pre-gapped but it's generally a good idea to check the gap.
  • Trim back 1/4" - 1/2" of the stock spark plug wire, fan out the fresh wire to make good connection with the spark plug caps. 3 - 4 full turns, then give it a tug to make sure it's snug.
  • Set the timing statically with a test light, then check the timing dynamically with a timing light.

Equivalent to OEM Honda part numbers:

Points Right - 30203-333-004
Points Left - 30204-333-004
Condensor - 30250-333-004

Oil Filter - 15410-426-010
Spark plug - 98069-58717

Air Filter - 17210-333-610
Spark Plug Caps - 30700-GAR-000, 30700-MC8-000

Fits Honda:

CB350F - 1972-1974

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  • 4
    Lots of good stuff but some not good enough

    Posted by Donovan on 3rd Jul 2017

    Everything looks good except I am having trouble with a couple of needle and seats. Cleaned and adjusted the floats several times, finally just went back to the old ones I pulled out.