Honda Motorcycle Fuel Valve Petcock - 14 x 1.0mm

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New fuel valve / petcock for numerous Honda motorcycles, and many other brands of motorcycle, scooter and moped. Fuel valve face plate is screwed on so the gasket can be serviced easily without having to drill out rivets and tap new holes.

Check the threading on your bike to be sure this is what you need before you buy. Measure the outer diameter of the threaded outlet on the gas tank, not the inner diameter of the petcock nut.

On / Off / Reserve. Built in fuel filter. Fuel exits to the side. Comes with rubber sealing washer for a tight fit with no leaks.

Threading: 14 x 1.0mm

19mm hex nut.

Ribbed fuel outlet for use with 3/16" fuel line.

Replaces Honda part numbers: 16950-GF6-015, 16950-164-015, 16950-163-035, 16950-GW8-670, 16950-KCP-J01, 16950-377-703, 16950-377-701, 16950-377-702

Fits Honda: (Check your tank before purchase)

NA50 Express - 1979-1981
Z50RD - 1986
Z50R - 1979-1999
MB5 - 1982
XL75 - 1979
XL80S - 1980-1981
XR80 - 1979-1982
XL100S - 1981
XR100 - 1981-1982
CB125S - 1979-1981
CT125 Trail 125 - 1977
TL125S - 1981
XL125 - 1976-1978
XL175 - 1977-1978
CM200T Twinstar - 1981
TLR200 - 1986-1987
CB400F Super Sport - 1977

and many other scooters and motorcycles . .

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  • 5
    '77 CB400-Four

    Posted by Michael on 7th Jun 2016

    THIS IS THE ONE- if you have been trying to figure out which one you need for your '77 CB400-Four factory tank, this is it. Threads on to the tank outlet the way Mr. Honda intended it to.

  • 5
    Works as expected

    Posted by Unknown on 6th Mar 2016

    Installed on my 77' CB400F. Measured the tank before ordering and this one fit the bill.

  • 4
    It works

    Posted by Jim on 30th Oct 2015

    For the money difference over a stock petcock this thing is a deal. Time will tell if it holds up for 35 years like my stock Honda petcock did. The reserve function is much lower in the tank than a stock petcock so the tank ends up with very little reserve fuel.

  • 3
    Good unit, but measure your threads before ordering

    Posted by Bob on 26th Oct 2014

    This is a pretty good duplicate of the OE unit, but your online catalog called for a 16mm unit #2 for my 1977 400-4. Fortunately, I measured my tank outlet thread diameter and ordered this 14mm unit, which fits perfectly, and no leaks. Flows fuel OK on both Main and Reserve positions, so a good deal at $10 - especially since my Honda dealer's parts book does not even go back as far as my 1977 bike.