Reproduction Fuel Valve Petcock - 16mm x 1.5mm - 16950-292-000 - Honda CL175 CB350 CB360T CB450 CL450

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Reproduction fuel valve / petcock for the CB350, CB360, CB450 and others. This petcock has a brass internal screen to prevent sediment from entering your carburetors. It also has a filter on the overflow inlet. Thread it onto your tank and you're ready to ride!

Has ON / STOP / RES positions. Note the positions are reversed from the original Honda part.

Dual ribbed fuel outlet for use with 1/4" fuel line. We have a variety of 1/4" line and Genuine Honda fuel line that fits.

Threading 16mm x 1.5mm
Outer Nut Size: 19mm

Fits Honda:

CL175 Scrambler - 1970-1971
CB350G Super Sport - 1973
CB350K Super Sport - 1968-1973
CL350K Scrambler - 1968-1973
SL350K - 1969-1973
CB360K/G - 1974
CB360T - 1975-1976
CL360K - 1974-1975
CB450K - 1965-1974
CL450K - 1968-1974

will fit other years, makes and models with matching threads....

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  • 5
    As described

    Posted by Jess Gantos on 4th Jun 2017

    As described - fit perfectly

  • 3
    Almost Perfect

    Posted by Kyle Mitchell on 19th Jan 2017

    This petcock fit the threads on my stock CB350K4 tank without issue. The unit is a very close match for the stock petcock. The barb fittings work well with 1/4" internal diameter fuel hose and the Honda 5.5mm original tube. I'm not sure if the height of the brass feed tube is exactly the same as on an Original Honda petcock, but it's very close, at least. There are two small issues. The plastic filter element over the reserve inlet tube is a nice attempt, but probably does far less than the metal screen element on the Honda units. All of that is upstream from the petcock screen and any inline filters you may be running, but I am slightly concerned that the plastic may degrade in time, and plug the inlet. The labels on the face plate for STOP and RES are flipped left to right, and also placed _above_ the round, rather than above it, as on the Honda petcocks. You move the knob to point the _top_ of the knob toward the setting that you want, rather than move the handle in the direction of the setting you want. In the end, this is a very functional unit that won't stick out on a restored bike ... except, perhaps, for how new and shiny-looking it is. However, those with the original starting sequence burned into memory, or particularly concerned with the details of a restoration, will be disappointed. This reproduction is so cheap that it's easy to recommend as a backup part to have on hand, in case an original petcock starts leaking and needs to be dismounted for rebuild. But in the end, you're probably happiest rebuilding a stock petcock, if you have one. 4into1 sells rebuild kits with screens, rings, and gaskets, and hardware stores stock cheap brass "hobby tubing" if you need a new inlet tube.