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Buying and Selling / Re: for sale 1987 Honda cbr 750 hurricane
« on: May 09, 2020, 14:59:05 PM »
This topic can be closed. The bike is sold.

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Buying and Selling / for sale 1987 Honda cbr 750 hurricane
« on: December 25, 2019, 08:10:42 AM »
Due to a serious change in my professional life and with that a shortage of time i'm going to sell my 1987 Hurricane project.
(see other topic)
The motorcycle runs, brake, shift gears, full title and so on but need a loving hand to give the needed TLC to it.

1st registration date 25-06-1987
mileage in km 38073

the first enthousiastic who offers me the price of Euro 400 will be the new owner. I'm not going to bargain over the money because this is the money i put in it.

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New Members please introduce yourselves :) / Re: new introduction
« on: September 03, 2019, 20:50:46 PM »
Ovezande, a small village under the city Goes in the South West part of Holland called Zeeland.

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Buying and Selling / Re: fuel pump diaphragm
« on: August 25, 2019, 19:09:34 PM »
IT'S ALIVE AGAIN!!  smile1004yesh

After many years it runs!!!

After cleaning all the hoses and carburators etc etc and listening to the comments on this forum i bypassed the hole fuel tap. Put in a half liter fresh petrol to floud the carburators and off she goes.....

In the meanwhile i visited ebay to look for the so needed parts.....that is another story...try to find the exact measurements

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Buying and Selling / Re: fuel pump diaphragm
« on: August 25, 2019, 14:13:32 PM »
yep....correct...what's in a name....anyhow my problem is a common problem and after reading all the comments i'm afraid i hve to bypass the whole fuel system.

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Buying and Selling / Re: fuel pump diaphragm
« on: August 25, 2019, 13:24:00 PM »
Hello,

Thank you for the quick answer. Your explanation is correct, however on my bike is an additional "feature" mounted under the frame (looks as t branch) on the place where the fuel tank is mounted on the frame.

This feature is a vacuum driven pump that brings fuel to the carburators. Operated by carburator 4 via a vacuum hose.

The diaphrams in this feature are hardened and does not function any more. result.....no fuel to carburators...no running engine

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Buying and Selling / fuel pump diaphragm
« on: August 25, 2019, 09:35:24 AM »
Looking for fuel pump diaphragm (original or after market repair set)

for 1987 cbr 750f hurricane

Due to standing still over a very long period with old fuel the original parts are hardened and no longer functional.

Who can tell me where to get these items?

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New Members please introduce yourselves :) / new introduction
« on: August 25, 2019, 09:26:13 AM »
Hello,

To you all CBR 750 fanatics. I'm new on this forum. Didn't know about the existant, but found it by "accident" while looking for parts of my new project.

short about my self, age 54, male, from the Netherlands and fanatic amatur mechanic on forgotten motorcycles (barn finds etc)

My recently purchased project (1987 cbr 750f hurricane) was standing in the corner of a garden for at least several years. My goal is not to part it out, but get it running on the roads again.

That means a lot of cleaning, changing of all the fluids/filters. But that is no problem, i have the time and space to do so.

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